The promise of Google Glass is essentially the ability to compute from a pair of glasses using a side-mounted interface. But another group of researchers have developed an even more innovative pair of specs that will allow you to turn digital pages with your eyes.
Being the futurists that we are, we flip out every time we see a transparent display, so it's no surprise that we'd freak out over one that's essentially made out of really thick soap bubbles. Even more exciting is that ultrasonic vibrations shot through the display can alter an images "texture."
What's the highest resolution display that money can buy, starting in September? That honor belongs to Eizo Nanao's $36,000 36.4-inch DuraVision FDH3601 display with a whopping 4,096 x 2,160 resolution. Yup, that's just a hair higher than two 1080p displays combined.
Just in time for the morning crunch, here's your new iPhone 5 rumor. According to DigiTimes, Apple's recent purchase of 200-300 glass cutting machines could point to a curved display in the iPhone 5. Let's take a look at the feasibility of such a rumor.
Apple made a big stink about its 326 pixel-per-inch 'retina display' when they introduced the iPhone 4, so it was a little disappointing when the much larger iPad display arrived with only a few additional pixels. Now Samsung looks to steal some of the Apple's thunder, with a stunning 300-ppi 10.1-inch tablet display.
The Apple-obsessed blog, 9to5Mac have what they believe is the first shot of the iPhone 5's display. It will supposedly sport a 4-inch display with "edge to edge" — more like side to side — screen.
Apple is justifiably proud of their so called "retina display", but a new display technology promises to make it look like about as sharp as a worn out 1977 Sylvania Superset.
Kent Displays has been working on its no-power reflex LCD for a while now, but now the company has sprouted a new arm — Improv Electronics — and that arm is clutching the new Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet. It's...
Research shows that the more monitors you have, the more productive you are. That holds true for the iMo Pivot Touch 7-inch USB monitor ($200, shipping 1/18/10), plugging into your Mac or PC's USB port, and then giving you a...
Using traditional tech gadgets can be a royal pain when you're all bundled up in a big parka and gloves for the slopes. Just getting to your watch under all that clothing is tough, never mind trying to read the...