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Panasonic’s new VR glasses use 2.6K x 2.6K OLED displays

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Micro display company Kopin announced that its 2.6K x 2.6K x (2560 x 2560 pixels) DoC (display on chip) OLED microdisplays are used in Panasonic’s virtual reality glasses on display at the show. CES 2021. The benefits of DoC technology include the integration of an OLED panel and other functional blocks, including MIPI serial interface, video decompression circuits, and memory. The microdisplay in question is specifically designed for compact virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) headsets.

The microdisplay uses Kopin’s patented ColorMax technology, which makes it possible to obtain accurate color reproduction (coverage of the sRGB color space exceeds 100%), and a two-level OLED structure, which makes it possible to obtain high brightness – more than 1000 cd / m2. The display works with 10-bit color representation. The contrast ratio is over 10,000: 1.

Panasonic VR Glasses are the world’s first Ultra High Definition High Dynamic Range (HDR) VR glasses, delivering “stunningly lifelike images”. Thanks to 1.3-inch displays and Pancake’s slim optical system, the glasses are compact and lightweight, so they are comfortable to wear for a long time. The design provides for the adjustment of the interpupillary distance and the diopter adjustment so that they can be used by people wearing prescription glasses. The glasses are equipped with a high quality audio subsystem.

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Is this the success of the expensive Watch Ultra? Apple says two-thirds of its watch buyers last quarter were new customers

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Apple said that it has managed to attract many new customers to its smartwatches.

Is this the success of the expensive Watch Ultra?  Apple says two-thirds of its watch buyers last quarter were new customers

After publishing its latest quarterly report, the company revealed that in the past quarter, almost two-thirds of Apple Watch customers (nearly 66%) were new customers for this type of device, meaning they had never owned an Apple Watch before.

It is quite possible that this is due to the announcement of the Watch Ultra model, which, in general, is quite different from the usual versions, and is positioned differently.

At the same time, we know from the report that sales of wearable and home electronics in the last quarter at Apple decreased slightly. Unfortunately, Apple does not speak separately about watch sales – it is quite possible that sales have just grown in this segment.

Also recall that last year Apple took 85% of all profits in the smartphone market.

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Introduced cheap Mobfree charger for owners of smart watches and laptops

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Introduced cheap Mobfree charger for owners of smart watches and

Mobfree has introduced a two-way wireless charger for the Apple Watch and other smartwatches.

Introduced cheap Mobfree charger for owners of smart watches and laptops

This charger, which resembles a flash drive, connects to the USB-C connector, as shown in the photo. It can also be connected to a fast charging adapter with a USB-C connector.

The manufacturer claims that the new charger supports Apple Watch starting from the second generation, as well as all generations of smart watches Samsung Galaxy Watch.

At the stage of collective financing on the Kickstarter platform, those who wish can order a novelty for $ 20.

Introduced cheap Mobfree charger for owners of smart watches and laptops

Deliveries to first customers are scheduled for June 2023.

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First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

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First 110 inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without

BOE showcased its latest developments at the ISE 2023 European Professional Audiovisual Show, including a large monitor for viewing 3D content without glasses.

First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

This 110″ 8K 3D monitor supports 120Hz refresh rate. The manufacturer claims that the three-dimensional image on the TV screen can be seen by several users from different angles.

The TV uses innovative lens array technology combined with MiniLED and quantum dot backlight technology. So far, users can see stereoscopic images at a distance of no more than 1.5 m from the screen. However, the manufacturer states that work is ongoing, so the distance will be significantly increased in the future. Such TVs are planned to be widely used in advertising, exhibitions and many other scenarios.

First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

BOE also showcased the first 162-inch MiniLED TV with a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2new 65″ ultra-slim 8K TVs with 3024 local dimming zones, an 86″ interactive touch screen panel and more.

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