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Display types explained: matrix vs segmented displays

What is a matrix display? The display has rows and columns. For example in our transparent display ELT160.80.50, there are 160 rows and 80 columns. “50” stands for 0.5 mm pixel pitch. This way the display forms an array of pixels. A pixel is an intersection where a row and column overlaps. So in the…

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The world’s fastest ground transportation

China debuts the world’s fastest 600 km/h maglev train featuring LUMINEQ’s futurist transparent displays China’s new high-speed 600km/h maglev train has rolled off the production line. CRRC Qingdao Sifang developed this world’s fastest ground vehicle full of futurist technologies along with more than 30 companies, universities, and research institutes. LUMINEQ Displays was honorably chosen as one of…

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Transparent in-glass keypad for keyless entry to vehicles and buildings

Digitalization is transforming the way we secure and unlock homes and vehicles. Keyless entry systems are getting increasingly popular because they are simpler, safer, and more stylish than traditional mechanical locks. With a new transparent in-glass display technology, a keypad lock can be integrated into the glass door and control the access to office buildings,…

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LUMINEQ Webinar invitation: Head-up display solutions for vehicles and heavy machines

LUMINEQ will host a webinar for companies in search of professional head-up display solutions for vehicles and heavy machines with vertical windshields, such as buses, trucks, trains, trams, tractors, loaders, forklifts, and cranes. The online webinar will take place on Wednesday, the 28th of April at 10:00 Central European time. Webinar Topic In the webinar,…

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Meet LUMINEQ at Embedded World DIGITAL, March 1-5, 2021

Nijkerk Supplier LUMINEQ will exhibit at the Embedded World DIGITAL 2021 as a premium exhibitor. Last year they had a physical booth at the venue (picture above). This year Embedded World Exhibition & Conference will be held as a completely digital event. Throughout the five-day event, registrants can visit the virtual booth and learn more…

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Webinar: Bring AR to optical devices, January 20, 2021

Our supplier Lumineq is organizing a dedicated webinar for manufacturers of shooting, hunting and night vision devices, who planned to visit Shot Show 2021 that unfortunately has been canceled. The online webinar will take place on the 20th of January at 16:00 Central European time (10AM Eastern Standard time). In this webinar they will cover…

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The all new LUMINEQ water-resistant touch display

LUMINEQ is proud to release a new Water-resistant touch demo with the intention of changing any glass surface into an interactive, false activation protected water-resistant interface. Our latest innovation has brought in a revolution in the display market, and this has raised great interest with companies already coming forward making their queries regarding the new…

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Enabling Next Generation, Automotive Smart Glass, NEW Touch FOX Demo

  Corning-side-window-powered-by-LUMINEQ-transparent-display-1200x628A transparent LUMINEQ touch display laminated inside a car side window with icons for important car vehicle diagnostics.   Vehicles today have twice as much glass as they did 30 years ago and it’s continuing to grow. Interior, exterior, transparent, nontransparent, curved, flexible, stronger, and, above all, smart glass applications push the boundaries in…

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Design digital information in the line of sight

With Lumineq® transparent electroluminescent (TASEL®) displays, you can now design lens systems that bring digital information directly in the users’ line of sight. You have the luxury of designing scopes, Night Vision Goggles, Range finders, Headsets and other optical devices that incorporate micro displays within lens systems, and you don’t have to compromise on transparency…

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Elevate customer and driver experience in Transportation Vehicles

Displays in transportation vehicles including buses, trucks, trains, airplanes, boats, play an important role to ensure a safe ride and smooth travel. Today’s cockpits have multiple screens displaying critical information to the driver. Glancing between the dashboard and road can be dangerous, especially in situations where the operator need to focus and keep their head…

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