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Bob Myers

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eSIM: What it is, who’s got it, and why should you care?

You've got questions? We've got answers. Here's what you need to know about eSIM.
Bob MyersJanuary 23, 2019164 shares
 

Phones as desktop PCs: Is this just a user interface problem?

Microsoft Continuum, Samsung Dex, Huawei Easy Projection: If the vision for "phone as PC" has real potential, what's stopping it from taking off?
Bob MyersSeptember 2, 201881 shares
 

Understanding color accuracy in mobile devices (Part 3 of 3)

Recent improvements in displays have given us the capacity for more accurate color.
Bob MyersAugust 18, 2018172 shares
 

Understanding color accuracy in mobile devices (Part 2 of 3)

We're taking a look at just what it takes for a display to be color-accurate, and why this can be a particular challenge in mobile devices.
Bob MyersAugust 11, 2018352 shares
 

Understanding color accuracy in mobile devices (part 1 of 3)

What does it take to deliver accurate color on our mobile devices? Part one of this series deals with what color is, how we see it, and how we describe it.
Bob MyersJuly 14, 2018178 shares
 

Capturing depth: structured light, time of flight, and the future of 3D imaging

Beyond light field photography, this article examines several other other methods of adding depth information to otherwise 2-D photography, and why this ability is getting so much ...
Bob MyersJune 22, 20183787 shares
 

Lytro’s demise and the future of light field cameras

Lytro has closed its doors. What does this mean for the future of light field camera technology?
Bob MyersJune 16, 2018282 shares
 

Better living through chemistry: Screen coatings and cover glass explained

Display glass and surface coatings enhance the quality of the displayed image and protect the screen from damage and grease. Join us as we scratch the surface on exactly how they ...
Bob MyersMay 1, 2018266 shares
 

Reflection, glare, and… moths?

One of the most serious problems facing display designers — and one of the most difficult to deal with, especially in portable or mobile devices — is that of glare and reflections from ...
Bob MyersMarch 31, 201846 shares
 

The next quantum (dot) leap for displays

It's actually quite possible that OLEDs, once hailed as the next big technology after LCDs, could be bypassed without ever getting close to a majority share in the market.
Bob MyersMarch 13, 2018471 shares
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