Category Archives: Consumer Electronics

Edgehog Offering Robust Anti-Reflection Technology using Nanostructures

Edgehog is a Montreal-based start-up that has developed a better mousetrap – i.e. a better anti-reflection technology that is robust and offers low reflectance over wide viewing angles and over the full visible spectrum.  Their claims intrigued us, so we had a nice conversation with co-founder Calvin Cheng and Business Development Manager, Kris Manipon. As […]

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New Standards Emerging to Reduce Complexity of Streaming Content

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has been actively developing a new streaming standard called CMAF (Common Media Application Format).  With 60 participants and 3 years of effort, the group is nearly done with final specifications expected in early 2019.  What it promises to do is to streamline how content is encoded and delivered and improve […]

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Enterprise Survey: AR Adoption Coming Faster than you Think

I had a chance to speak with Geof Wheelwright, the Director of Marketing Communications at Atheer the other day regarding the results of an internal survey they did focusing on the use of Augmented Reality in the Enterprise market.  There were a number of interesting results but here is one clear highlight: 70% believe that […]

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Surface Haptics Market Report Issued

October 26, 2018 – Insight Media is offering a new report titled: Surface Haptics Markets 2018-2027.  The report predicts the market to surpass $11.5 billion (USD) in revenues in 2022 driven by widespread adoption of the technology within mobile electronics and the automotive sector. This report identifies the latest opportunities in the global surface haptics […]

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Cable Industry Gearing up for High Bandwidth Needs of Light Field Displays

CableLabs, the development group funding by the cable industry, held their summer conference last week in Colorado.  A number of topics were discussed, but I want to focus on their views of display use in the future.  The video below, called The Near Future, Ready for Anything, was produced specifically for the event and provides […]

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