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Automotive Displays - Navdy, a development stage startup firm, announced on August 5, 2014, that it is seeking to reinvigorate the market for aftermarket automotive heads up displays. Auto manufacturers have experimented with and offered various heads up displays in their cars. For example, General Motors introduced heads up displays in some Oldsmobile and Pontiac models in the late 1980s and 1990s. However, the fact that these GM nameplates are no longer in production cannot be blamed on their use of heads up displays.
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I may have been wrong. Here's some history.
Some years ago Qualcomm purchased an MIT display spinout called Iridigm and renamed the technology mirasol. At a time before Apple created the consumer tablet revolution, the standard for for non-PC media consumption was the eReader, and the standard for low-power reflective displays was (and still is) E Ink's electrophoretic display technology.
A new analysis of reported Nielsen data, conducted by the Digital Place Based Advertising Association (DPAA), reveals that digital place based (DPB) networks deliver more impressions among 18-49 year-olds on a monthly basis compared to the top 25 network primetime shows and top 20 basic cable networks in the US.
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Broadcast & Distribution News arrived today in the Display Daily work zone of a development in professional video players (as we're spread over around 8.5K kilometres, we can't really talk about an office!). Zaxtar of the US, based in Silicon Valley and with an office in Japan, announced that it is able to support UltraHD content at a full 60P frame rate (3840 x 2160P60), even in high quality 4:4:4 mode.