48th Annual SID Symposium, Seminar, and Exhibition 2010, Display Week 2010
Pico projectors, typically the size of a cell phone or smaller, are poised for explosive sales growth. Higher resolution microdisplays have been developed using liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) combined with a distributed memory and digital processing. "HD" resolutions of 720p and 1080p are in development. Source
Syndiant | Date: 2013-11-06
Described is a device comprising a retro-reflective marker sphere comprising: a core ball comprising: a generally spherical body portion, a mounting base extending from one end of the body portion of the core ball, and a mounting recess having a recess opening in the mounting base and extending into the body portion of the core ball, and a retro-reflective covering on the core ball, the retro-reflective covering comprising an opening through which the mounting base of the core ball extends, wherein a flat lower surface of the mounting base is spaced proximally from a lower edge of the opening of the retro-reflective covering, and wherein the mounting recess includes an interior screw thread for engaging an exterior screw thread of a mounting post when the retro-reflective marker sphere is mounted on the mounting post.
Syndiant | Date: 2013-08-28
Described is a device comprising: an array of light modulating elements; and one or more processing elements for controlling each of the light modulating elements, wherein the light modulating elements are arranged in a two-dimensional array, and wherein the one or more processing elements are adapted to skip some bit locations and use other bit locations of bit values when performing multiple bit logical and/or arithmetic operations.
Syndiant | Date: 2010-12-22
Described is a device comprising a spatial light modulator comprising a plurality of comparators for computing a respective drive for each pixel of a plurality of pixels.
Syndiant | Date: 2014-05-09
A light modulating Backplane with configurable multi-electrode pixels is disclosed. The configurable multi-electrode pixel includes a first set of dot electrodes in a first field and a second set of dot electrodes in a second field. Generally, dot electrode is included in both the first set of dot electrodes and the second set of dot electrodes. For example, a pixel control circuit coupled to a dedicated dot electrode. A first dot electrode is coupled to the pixel control circuit by a first dot electrode connection circuit and a second dot electrode is coupled to the pixel control circuit by a second dot electrode connection circuit. During the first field the first dot electrode connection circuit is active while the second dot electrode connection circuit is inactive. During the second field, the first dot electrode connection circuit is inactive while the second dot electrode connection circuit is active.