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Display Shield/Adapter for OLED display module with Arduino - DisplayModule
The board is an adapter which connects the 12 kinds of OLED display panels to the Arduino boards. Test for Arduino UNO compatible boards, compatible with Arduino Mega. Use SPI or MCU display Works with DmOledLibrary
oled  display  arduino 
3 days ago by beardicus
Panasonic GZW954 Review - Inputlag en chroma subsampling - Tweakers
Gemeten met onze Leo Bodnar-lagtester, die 1080p60-beelden uitstuurt, kwamen we tot een inputlag van 22ms. Hetzelfde resultaat behaalden we met de 4k-lagtester die 3840p60-beelden gebruikt voor de meting. Een prima resultaat dus, waarmee de GZW954 zeer geschikt is voor gamers. Onder het voorbehoud dat je niet altijd dezelfde game speelt, want dan is een oledscherm geen goede keuze vanwege het inbrandgevaar bij het weergeven van statische beelden. Als je regelmatig iets anders speelt, is het geen enkel probleem om een oled te gebruiken voor games. Om deze lage inputlag te kunnen gebruiken, moet de televisie wel in de spelmodus staan. Dat kun je handmatig doen, maar dankzij de hdmi 2.1-feature 'Auto Low Latency Mode' kun je de tv ook zelf laten schakelen, mits je console dit ondersteunt. De ALLM-instelling is een beetje verstopt in het menu, onder Beeld>Opties>Setup>HDMI 2.1 Settings.
review  Panasonic  OLED  LG  4K  television  55"  65"  gaming 
6 days ago by dominomaster
Technoblogy - Tiny Graphics Library
attiny85 plotting graphs on i2c oled display
i2c  atmel  attiny  graphics  oled 
29 days ago by robduarte
[DS투자증권] 힘스 - 삼성 대형OLED 투자시 최대 수혜주로 부상한다!
[투자증권] #힘스 - #삼성대형OLED 투자시 #최대수혜주 부상한다!
검사공정(Mask, Glass) #장비제조업체
힘스 마스크 공정장비부문에서…
OLED  DS  from twitter
10 weeks ago by JINHONG
[투자증권] #힘스 - #삼성대형OLED 투자시 #최대수혜주 부상한다!
검사공정(Mask, Glass) #장비제조업체
힘스 마스크 공정장비부문에서…
OLED  DS  from twitter
10 weeks ago by JINHONG
Daring Fireball: Don’t Hold Your Breath
Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it cannot confirm the shipping date for its foldable device Galaxy Fold yet and apologized to its pre-order customers in the United States for the delay. The world’s top smartphone maker delayed global sales of the splashy $1,980 foldable phone after reviewers discovered problems with its display, dealing a setback to Samsung and its efforts to showcase its innovation.
“If we do not hear from you and we have not shipped by May 31st, your order will be canceled automatically,” the South Korean tech giant’s U.S. subsidiary told Galaxy Fold pre-order customers in an email late on Monday, which was confirmed by a Samsung spokeswoman.
Today is May 7. How can anyone take them seriously that they do not know if they’re going to ship by May 31? This thing is never going to ship and everyone knows it.
android  daring_fireball  foldable  OLED  smartphone  technology 
10 weeks ago by rgl7194
Designing a Dark Theme for OLED iPhones
True dark themes are quite a rage for apps that run on OLED devices, and so when the iPhone X first came out, it seemed like an obvious decision to offer one for LookUp which had released a themes menu earlier that summer.

However, it didn’t take much time to realise that using a black background on OLED displays wasn’t a great idea for user experience.
ios  Color  dark  oled 
may 2019 by vancura
'Light-emitting Glasses' Prototyped With New OLED Technology | NIKKEI XTECH
Toshiba Corp will announce the details of its transmissive OLED panel at SID Display Week 2013 (SID 2013), an academic conference on display technologies, which will run from May 20, 2013.
display  oled  one-way  technology 
may 2019 by raphman
Samsung Galaxy Fold Teardown - iFixit
Well, we’ve finally got the Samsung Galaxy Fold on our teardown table. This is, without question, an ambitious first-generation device—the idea of having both a smartphone and a tablet in your pocket at all times is pretty exciting! That said, a number of early reviewers had some durability issues with their review units, ultimately leading to a launch postponement. Are these temporary setbacks? Or are we headed for a full-blown AirPower-style product cancellation? We have no idea—we’re just here for a teardown.
foldable  OLED  technology  smartphone  teardown  archive  android 
may 2019 by rgl7194
Samsung puts the screws to iFixit, makes it remove the Galaxy Fold teardown | Ars Technica
In going after iFixit, Samsung is likely to get a lesson about the Streisand Effect.
The Galaxy Fold delay has been an embarrassing mess for Samsung, and now the company is making things worse by targeting media outlets. Samsung has pressured iFixit to remove its Galaxy Fold teardown.
The Galaxy Fold teardown wasn't just a normal teardown. After the phone was delayed due to durability problems discovered by early reviewers, iFixit used the teardown to point out several flaws in its design.
When we wrote up iFixit's teardown, we openly wondered where the site managed to get a device that was never for sale and had all of its review units recalled. Apparently, the dubious origin of iFixit's Galaxy Fold (and the embarrassment of having the site poke holes in your $2,000 smartphone design) was enough to draw Samsung's retaliation.
iFixit writes:
We were provided our Galaxy Fold unit by a trusted partner. Samsung has requested, through that partner, that iFixit remove its teardown. We are under no obligation to remove our analysis, legal or otherwise. But out of respect for this partner, whom we consider an ally in making devices more repairable, we are choosing to withdraw our story until we can purchase a Galaxy Fold at retail.
Apparently, Samsung went after one of iFixit's suppliers, and that was enough to get iFixit to protect its partner by taking down the article.
foldable  OLED  technology  smartphone  teardown  android 
may 2019 by rgl7194
iFixit’s Samsung Galaxy Fold teardown reveals how the phone is dying | Ars Technica
Tons of ingress points allow dirt to enter the device and damage the display.
It might be delayed for at least a month, but Samsung's futuristic Galaxy Fold has hit the iFixit Teardown table. How exactly did iFixit get its hands on a phone that has never been for sale and has had all its review units recalled? It's probably best not to think too much about it. What matters is that we get to see the insides!
Between this teardown and an earlier blog post, iFixit has been building a compelling theory for why the Fold has been dying an early death for some reviewers. The problem, simply, is ingress. While most other smartphones are resistant to the ingress of just about everything, to the point of being water resistant, the Galaxy Fold is full of holes.
Traditional slab-style smartphones have their displays bonded to a Gorilla Glass panel, which is then glued onto the front of the phone for a water-proof seal. That doesn't work for a foldable display that needs to bend and move, so the Galaxy Fold has a plastic display that rests on top of the phone and is held on only with a thin, plastic bezel that is glued along the edge. These bezels aren't flexible enough to cover the folding area of the phone, though, so they just don't. The plastic bezel stops before the hinge, so the display edge is just exposed to the world, opening a hole into the device.
You can actually stick stuff under the display at this point, and if the wrong bit of anything gets stuck under the display, it can push into the back of the display and damage it. To make matters worse, when folded, the flexible display is designed to lift away from the rigid phone body somewhat, providing an ample ingress space for pocket lint and other detritus. If dirt gets behind the display when folded, and then you unfold it, the hinge mechanism can push the dirt into the back of the display, damaging it. The hinge is also an ingress point into the phone. Large gaps along the left and right of the spine allow bits of dirt to enter the phone, but considering this is on the back of the phone, it's probably not as much of a threat to the display as the hole in the front.
foldable  OLED  technology  smartphone  teardown  android 
may 2019 by rgl7194

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