When you're planning the design for an LCD housing you should follow a few basic principles, which we will explain in this Display 101 article.
In this week’s Display 101 post we’ll talk about all the different kinds of tests that we perform to ensure that our displays are reliable, stable, and consistent in quality.
In this Display 101 article, we would like to show you some background of signal processing behind displaying content on LCD modules, and in short, explain gamma correction.
This week in the Display 101 series we are talking about the viewing angle of smart displays, and how to choose the right viewing angle for your project.
Next in line for our Display 101 series we have an article that explains the resolution in smart displays. So, let’s start from the definition of display resolution.
Resistive touch panels are known to be very affordable and frequently used in many high-use applications. This Display 101 article will show you some basics on how resistive touch panels work.
Everybody knows how popular capacitive touch panel displays are. But do you know how they work, and what they are made of?This Display 101 article will explain popular capacitive touch panel structures, materials, and basic technology.
In our previous Display 101 articles, we wrote about different types of touch panels, and the technology behind it. Now, we’re focusing on a certain construction detail – the cover glass.
When you're working on a project, and you want to choose the type of touchscreen for it, you should decide based on what environment and what circumstances the display will be used in.
The process of learning can become very difficult when you don’t have the right material, and the right teachers. That is why we have decided to launch a series of educational articles about smart displays, called Display 101.
With the third generation of the popular EVE display modules on the market, we thought that it was the right time to make a comparison between all the versions.