Researchers discover a way to switch liquid crystals off faster
Sony announces 'WhiteMagic' - new LCD screen that uses half the power
Is the pixel about to die?
(Phys.org)—Researchers launching a new vector-based video codec are claiming their work will lead to the death of the pixel within the next five years.
Detecting proton collisions at unprecedented levels of energy
(PhysOrg.com) -- CERN has been able to take the first measurements of collisions between the highest-energy particles ever generated. These collisions were performed at CERN's new LHC accelerator and recorded ...
Bell Labs improves lensless camera with additional pixel on sensor
Pixel Qi says it has a tablet screen as good as iPad' Retina but uses far less power
New fossils demonstrate that powerful eyes evolved in a twinkling (w/ video)
Palaeontologists have uncovered half-a-billion-year-old fossils demonstrating that primitive animals had excellent vision.
Samsung pulls out all stops with Galaxy S4 smartphone
Having grabbed the smartphone lead from Apple, Samsung now seems determined to overwhelm its archrival by announcing a new version of its Galaxy S4 smartphone that's bigger and better and includes a large ...
Researcher working on micro-electromechanical systems to replace pixels
Japanese company builds 9.6-inch 4K x 2K LCD panel
High-speed CMOS sensors provide better images
Conventional CMOS image sensors are not suitable for low-light applications such as fluorescence, since large pixels arranged in a matrix do not support high readout speeds. A new optoelectronic component ...
Rebuilding the world one pixel at a time
Who says Rome wasn't built in a day? With the muscle of about 500 computers and 150,000 still images, Steve Seitz, a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington's ...
Iowa State physicists beginning to see data from the Large Hadron Collider
(PhysOrg.com) -- Three Iowa State University physicists who took winter trips to the Large Hadron Collider for meetings and experimental work are starting to see real data from the planet's biggest science ...
Rosetta:The comet takes shape, one pixel at a time
Rosetta's scientific imaging system OSIRIS is slowly but surely resolving comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in its narrow angle camera (NAC), giving the first tantalising hints of its shape.