These cute, interactive critters are sporting some very cool screens as eyeballs.
A screen so sharp you'll need a magnifying glass to see its pixels.
You know how Wile E. Coyote's eyes turn to dollar signs when he's feeling greedy? Disney wants our toys to do the same thing.
Breaking from conventional design, Philips' new HDTV looks like it comes from the future.
With a transparent fluorescent overlay, every single screen could pull double duty as an invisible camera system.
In the future, everything will be a digital display — even your fingernails.
A startup has figured out a way to take large displays made up of arrays of LEDs and shrink them down to make displays that are very small, efficient, and bright.
Gigapixel photography has emerged as an affordable and effective way to make absurdly detailed high resolution images, but to really immerse yourself in a gigapixel image, you need two things: an imposingly large display wall, and a second gigapixel image to render the whole thing in stereo 3D. We found this combination at Siggraph, and it's epic.
This 160-inch, 175-degree curved screen is the kind of item that could render you incapable of stringing two coherent words together. Whether this is because this screen will wrap you up in gaming glory, or because it ridiculously expensive (more on that later) you can't help but be dazzled by it.