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Display Types in Smartphones: A Comparative Review
Display Types in Smartphones: A Comparative Review
Today’s blog post is sponsored by DataRay – a leading manufacturer of laser beam profiling solutions. Smartphones only improve with each evolution of upgrades. Every time the capabilities of technology ...
LED Technologies: How it Revolutionized the World
LED Technologies: How it Revolutionized the World
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are commonplace now and becoming the default source of choice, with growing levels of production and consumption. They are found in everything from illumination systems to ...
OLED Production: Composition and Color Patterning Techniques
OLED Production: Composition and Color Patterning Techniques
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are most famously known for their use in foldable smart phone displays. From the Samsung Galaxy Fold to the Huawei Mate X (2019), these devices offer huge screens that ...
Flexible Organic LEDs: The Future or Passing Fad?
Flexible Organic LEDs: The Future or Passing Fad?
If you have paid any attention to developments in the smartphone domain, you have no doubt heard talk of the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, both making headlines for their innovative foldable ...
Wearable Photonics: A Further Representation of Technology in Everyday Life
Wearable Photonics: A Further Representation of Technology in Everyday Life
New Changes in the Hands of the Everyday Individual: Photonics in Wearable Technology With rapid advancements in common devices like phones and watches, technology has become more prominent in everyday ...
OLED: A Primer on Organic LEDs
OLED: A Primer on Organic LEDs
Organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs, have been around for a while, but recent innovations and events have really brought them into the mainstream.  To many, the recent adoption of OLED displays for ...
Neural Imaging with Visible Light: Advanced Implantable Sensor
Neural Imaging with Visible Light: Advanced Implantable Sensor
Previously, we discussed a technique for producing high resolution maps of neural activity in the brain called Optical Recording of Intrinsic Signal, or ORIS.  Conventional methods for performing ORIS ...