Gregory Mone of PopSci:
"David Forbes was on his way home to Tucson, Arizona, after a family trip last summer when a policeman stopped him in the Detroit airport. The officer said he had received 50 panicked phone calls since Forbes had entered the building, and now his entire family had been marked for extra screening. The delay was inconvenient, but it shouldn’t have come as a surprise. Forbes had 160 circuit boards and enough electronics to start a data center strapped to his body. What the authorities didn’t realize, though, was that all the equipment wasn’t dangerous—it was actually a wearable TV set."
So while the first half of the decade will see OLED displays retain their superiority, the economies of scale and a rising demand will ultimately see the industry migrate towards MicroLEDs.
Nick from GamersFTW writes:
"What television calibration does is make your television as close as possible visually to what the creators of the movie or video game intended when they created it. This is what we will be going over in this article, by the end of this small tutorial, you will breathe new life into your television watching experience."
Leading Chinese multinational electronics manufacturer TCL Corporation rolled out a wide range of new and innovative smart electronics and home appliances in a 1,800-square meter exhibition space at this year’s IFA, which opened in Berlin on September 4, 2015. IFA is one of the world’s largest trade shows for consumer electronics and attracts a large number of industry leaders. TCL’s space is the largest ever taken by a Chinese company at the annual event.