3-D 'trixels' use mirrors and lasers to beam light directly to your eyeballs, even in bright sunlight.
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Japanese company Semiconductor Energy Laboratory demonstrated a display that can be folded in thirds.
Curved TVs are going for between $3,000 to $5000, and they’re rolling out everywhere.
The first graphene-based display represents a significant step forward in fully wearable and flexible devices.
Scientists have created digital pixels that change color to match the pattern of light striking them.
A 360-degree view is displayed on the interior walls thanks to exterior cameras mounted on the plane's fuselage and wings. Continue reading →
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