TVs Under Pressure
By Stephen P. Atwood
Large-OLED-TV Makers Face Manufacturing Challengers
By Jenny Donelan
A Look at Television Past and Future
By David Trzcinskil
Display Marketplace: Now Is the Winter of Our Discontent
Selling TVs isn't the profitable business it used to be. And it's only going to get worse.
By Pete Putman
Display Marketplace: The European TV Marketplace
Western Europe is a mature market for televisions and a challenging one for set makers who hope to entice consumers to upgrade for the sake of new features.
By Bob Raikes
Frontline Technology: "Super Hi-Vision" as Next-Generation Television and Its Video Parameters
Future TVs, using a Super-Hi-Vision system, will be able to deliver an enhanced and even unprecedented viewing experience in various environments.
By Takayuki Yamashita, Hiroyasu Masuda, Kenichiro Masaoka, Kohei Ohmura, Masaki Emoto, Yukihiro Nishida, and Masayuki Sugawara
Frontline Technology: Holographic Television at the MIT Media Lab
Several recent advances point the way toward real-time holographic television for telepresence, entertainment, and teleoperation. This article introduces the concepts and requirements for such system, then presents the MIT Media Lab's work to make them practical and inexpensive.
By V. Michael Bove, Jr., and Daniel Smalley
Enabling Technology: Holiday 2012 TV Trends and Bargains
Last year, the holiday shopping period between
Thanksgiving and Christmas offered deep discounts on
televisions. This year, as manufacturers struggle
to compete with each other for market share, shoppers
will find even deeper discounts on better sets in a
retail landscape that has altered subtly from the year
By Jenny Donelan
Second Annual I-Zone Calls for Cutting-Edge-Technology