Tech and StuffNHK of Japan has a new video standard called "Super Hi-Vision." It's still in the laboratory stage, but they have footage at a resolution of 7680 x 4320, which is a resolution 16 times higher than 1080i.
Link (via Engadget):
Also via Engadget:
Britain's Cambridge Display Technology said it has produced screens illuminated by organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) that measure 14-inches across, a milestone in the effort to bring these types of displays to the mass market.
Here's why that's so interesting: Cambridge Display uses inket printers to produce the screens.
Cambridge sprays its pixels on with multi-nozzle inkjet printers. The printers can sport 128 nozzles and come from a company called Litrex, which is half owned by Cambridge.
That's enough to make my head explode, not that it wasn't ticking already. Here's the link:
In the latest issue of the always-entertaining Maximum PC, there's an ad for a 1 kilowatt power supply. It's the Turbo-Cool 1KW, and here's a link:
Next week's headline:
San Sibon officials announced today that they've sold the local power plant to Jeffrey Lyceum, age 17. "It's for my computer," said Mr. Lyceum. "I have an Intel CPU and wanted to run a quad-SLI setup with twelve-disk RAID, and unless I bought the power plant I could only turn on the system during off-peak hours." City officials have no idea when the custom Molex connector will be completed.