Expect to see XR headgear in early 2024.
Can a new 200MP sensor and ray-tracing GPU save the 2400?
And if so, where next for Samsung homegrown SoC?
Samsung’s huge, impressive display technology wows attendees at IBC 2023.
Next-gen high-bandwidth RAM for games, AI, and pro graphics.
AMD and Samsung Electronics extend their licensing partnership.
Over the years, we’ve seen an evolution in electronic computer displays in terms of shapes and sizes. From basic CRTs, to plasmas and LCDs, to LEDs, OLEDs, and more. From large, heavy devices to lightweight flat panels. From low-resolution screens of 320×200 to those of high dynamic range and resolutions of 3840×2160. From slim models, to those that swivel, lean, … Read more
(Source: Samsung) Viewers crave resolution. After all, who wouldn’t prefer watching their favorite film or TV series in 8K if given the choice. Well, those in the EU may not have that choice come March 2023. That is when new TV energy consumption regulations are due to take effect that prohibit the sale of new 8K sets in the region. … Read more
At the time of this writing, I’ve already been at IFA 2022 for a couple of days (the show ran from September 2–6 in Berlin). I have been in the Samsung Innovation room, where the firm and a number of independent specialists have been talking about developments. There were six topics discussed, and I’ll cover one of them here—the one … Read more
There is nothing but good news on the AR front as the duel mobile platform giants Google and Apple improve their mobile AR SDKs. Apple went big with the introduction of ARKit 4 through its online WWDC 2020 conference this year. Of the two, Apple is also the most hardware dependent, which is as to be expected. This year WWDC … Read more
Smartphones have held the high ground in acuity and PPI for a few years now, exceeding PCs and TVs by a factor of 1.5× or more, even as the screen size has increased. However, PPI is one part of the equation, dynamic range and tone mapping are another, and frame rate is yet another. In recent years, smartphone display technology—notably … Read more
Stacks eight 16Gb DRAM dies to 16GB with transfer speed at 3.2 Gbps