Kyocera’s New “HAPTIVITY® i” Revolutionizes Human-Machine Interface (HMI)

Kyoto/London − Kyocera unveiled its HAPTIVITY® i human-machine interface (HMI) technology — a hybrid innovation combining its patented HAPTIVITY® touch technology with IMSETM, a patented 3D injection-molded structural electronics technology from TactoTek Oy. The result lets designers create HMI solutions in a vast range of 3D shapes, with thinner form factors, fewer … Read More

Kyocera – 3D-Augmented Reality Head-Up Display

Kyocera’s latest developments for creating a safe and comfortable mobility society include its “3D Augmented Reality Head-up Display,” which supports driver safety and comfort — as well as Kyocera’s patented HAPTIVITY ®* touchscreen display technology, which simulates a variety of realistic tactile sensations to revolutionize the human-machine interface.… Read More

Kyocera MIP technology displays open up new applications

Kyocera has launched the latest MIP Technology (Memory in Pixel) for a new solution for LCDs on the market. The Japanese ceramic expert combines three essential factors: The displays are outstanding with low power consumption, high image quality and fast switching times. The technology allows new applications, like smart watches, healthcare devices, sub displays of DSLR or IC recorders. To expand the battery lifetime all pixels include a SRAM memory. This results in a low power consumption for static image down to 5µW. By the power saving pixel selection method, only the selected pixel were driven. Which is different to the line selection method.… Read More

Samsung Display to keep rolling out LCD panels in 2021

Samsung Display has decided to push back the deadline for withdrawing from the LCD panel market, bringing in more uncertainties to the supply and price outlook for the coming year. Samsung Display’s decision comes as fellow company LG Display decided in October to delay by one year to the end of 2021 the planned closure of its LCD TV panel production lines amid rising panel demand and prices in the wake of the pandemic.… Read More

Kyocera unveils Concept Car “Moeye”

Kyoto/London – Kyocera has developed the Concept Car II “Moeye,” showcasing its unique technologies to optimize the driving experience by integrating the human senses of sight, sound, touch, and smell. “Moeye” Concept Car OverviewAnticipating continued advances in autonomous driving and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), Kyocera focused on the importance of the … Read More

Mitsubishi Electric Announces End of Production of TFT-LCD Modules

TOKYO, June 15, 2020 – Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will end the production of TFT-LCD modules manufactured by its wholly owned subsidiary Melco Display Technology Inc. (MDTI), aiming at June, 2022. The production termination is due to the changes of business environment. The company will shift its and MDTI’s operating … Read More