[CEATEC] Development of World’s Thinnest Liquid Crystal lens by Nippon Electric Glass

October 28, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on [CEATEC] Development of World’s Thinnest Liquid Crystal lens by Nippon Electric Glass 

Nippon Electric Glass has developed world’s thinnest liquid crystal lens with barely 0.5 mm in thickness achieving industry’s lowest power consumption of only 0.5mW. The company has developed the new lens in collaboration with Akita Industrial Center. The reduction of the thickness of this new lens has been made possible by minimizing the thickness of glass substrate which is used to seal the liquid crystal. Read more

[CEATEC] Hitachi Chemical Showcases its Super-compact RFID Tag

October 17, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on [CEATEC] Hitachi Chemical Showcases its Super-compact RFID Tag 

Hitachi Chemical has showcased its ultra-small package RFID tag suitable for wide range of applications. The new RFID tag was co-developed with Hitachi by incorporating the semiconductor packaging technologies along with antenna design technologies and semiconductor material technologies which were developed for the Microwave frequency “u-chip”. The product has a form factor of 2.5mm square and thickness of 0.3mm. It contains an antenna with communication range of 20mm with a generic RFID reader. But the range can be improved to several meters with inclusion of external antenna. Read more

[CEATEC]Industry’s Smallest Chip Resistor allowing High-Density Packaging by ROHM

October 12, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on [CEATEC]Industry’s Smallest Chip Resistor allowing High-Density Packaging by ROHM 

Rohm has developed world’s smallest chip resistor of 03015-size which allows high-density packaging for mobile devices such as smartphones. Rohm has achieved the ultra-compact design through use of unique miniaturization technology and review of dicing method, resulting in substantial improvement in tolerance of package dimensions in the cutting process up to ±5 micro ohm. Improvement in dimensional accuracy will result in reduction of stiction errors in the packaging process. Read more

[CEATEC] Release of New Connectors for LED Lighting by SMK

October 12, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on [CEATEC] Release of New Connectors for LED Lighting by SMK 

SMK has released two new types of connectors suited for LED lights. The LT-6 Series is designed for facility lighting, base lights as well as line lights, and the 2P Bridge-Type connector for LED fluorescent lights. In the LT-6 Series, the plug connector is mounted on the LED mounting board and the socket cable is connected from the rear side of the PWB, connecting the LED mounting boards to power control board, resulting in wiring freedom as well as allowing it to be mounted on the LED board. The LT-6 series is designed to avoid shielding LED light through lowering the profile of the connector. Read more

DOCOMO unveils its green Mobile Phone Prototype with touch of Style

September 24, 2009 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Coffee Break, Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on DOCOMO unveils its green Mobile Phone Prototype with touch of Style 


I guess use of scrap woods or so called surplus woods is becoming a technology trend coinciding with thinning tree activities in maintaining healthy forest. This is my second post on this subject. It all started with Mitsubishi’s announcement on development of new plastic resin from the surplus cedar wood. This follows with today’s DOCOMO announcement on development of mobile phone prototype made of surplus wood of trees culled. Well only the exterior body of the phone is made of wood. The new prototype was developed in corporation with Sharp and Olympus Corporation as well as with the collaboration of “more trees”, a reforestation project which is founded by musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and others. Read more

Nature technology the grandest of all

May 12, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 2 Comments 


Is nature in rescue of technology or technology in rescue of nature? With a drastic shift in a way the technologist and scientist envision the future technological advancement, it is becoming more prevalent that more and more technology is mimicking the wonders of nature in finding the next generation innovations to untangle the environmental global issues and in improving the quality of life as well as other aspect of it that can substantially change our living standard as we got so much accustomed to it. Invention of Velcro by “de Mestral” in 1948 is a perfect example of such biomimetrics where we can see the technologists’ inspiration for nature. Read more

Development of world’s first Professional 3D Production System by Panasonic

April 22, 2009 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of world’s first Professional 3D Production System by Panasonic 

With ever increasing acceptance of consumer market in 3D contents and with movie production studios such as Hollywood moving towards creation of more 3D entertainment content it is becoming increasingly important to create a more efficient 3D production process and environment. Currently, 3D content producers have to hand-build their own 3D production systems by physically connecting multiple 2D production devices resulting in a great deal of time and effort in producing a 3D movie. In order to address this future issue Panasonic announced it will start developing a professional 3D Full HD production system. Read more

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