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A Look Back at 2015 - and Even Further
By Stephen P. Atwood
By Jenny Donelan
A New Look at Lighting
By Mike Lu
Frontline Technology: Advances in 3D-SensingTechnologies and Applications
3D sensing enabled by depth-imaging technologies allows immersive user interfaces and life-like interactive experiences via real-time understanding of the 3D environment, people, and objects in real-world scenes. Advances in this area are being made possible through several key technologies, including sensors, algorithms, and system integration.
By Achintya K. Bhowmik, Selim BenHimane, Gershom Kutliroff, Chaim Rand, and Hon Pong Ho
Frontline Technology: Light-Field Imaging Approaches Commercial Viability
Recent advances in light-field imaging suggest that light-field photography can increasingly displace traditional 2D photography.
By Kurt Akeley
Frontline Technology: Light for Life: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges for Using Light to Influence Well-Being
Both lighting technology and our understanding of the relationship between light and human health have advanced rapidly in recent years. The latter needs to be carefully evaluated, particularly as longer-lasting light sources enter the market.
By Jennifer A. Veitch
Frontline Technology: OLEDs with Candle-Like Emission
Candle-like organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) emit much less blue light than other non-incandescent light sources. This type of OLED is characterized by low correlated color temperature (CCT), chromaticity tunability, and low melatonin (MLT) suppression. The light evokes a sense of warmth and creates a pleasant and calming ambience with its high-quality diffuse orange-red emission.
By Jwo-Huei Jou, Meenu Singh, Yi-Fang Tsai, Hui-Huan Yu, Szu-Hao Chen, Sheng-Hsu Shih, and Shang-Chih Lin
Making Displays Work for You: A Process for Using Oxide TFTs over LTPS TFTs for OLED-TV Manufacturing
Technical solutions for the fabrication of large-scale OLED displays include new manufac- turing equipment and processes developed by Applied Materials.
By Kerry L. Cunningham
Information Display Retrospective
Looking back over 50-plus years of Information Display magazine.
By Jenny Donelan
Display Training School Coaches the Next Generation