Gary Feather Gary Feather is a sought after senior operations executive and an expert in the worlds of display technology, imaging, lighting and energy systems. He holds nine United States Patents with coinventors in TV, display content and LED systems. Gary began his career at Texas Instruments where he progressed through the ranks for seventeen years before moving to Sharp Electronics where he served as the Senior Vice President of LED Lighting. Today, Gary currently spearheads product development and operations as the CTO of NanoLumens. An avid traveler, Gary has earned 3.9 million lifetime airline miles! And today, because the majority of his travel is for work, you can find him enjoying home; involved with Bible Study Fellowship, Norcross Cooperative Ministries and Medical Teams International. www
While the display performance design and implementation of Ultra-Fine-Pitch is now competitive, there is significant work ahead for manufacturers to realize the vast market potential of these displays.
In the last 20 years, we have seen massive improvements in resolution, and 8K is on the horizon. The human eye might have a difficult time seeing more value, but it's important to realize that there's stimulation the eye can sense, and it is imperative that we as an industry provide it.
Manufacturers are continuing to develop finer pitch displays, but as the size gets smaller, the heat goes up to almost 165 degrees Fahrenheit. So what is happening that the surface of the display is a perfect temperature to cook an over-easy fried egg, and how can we fix it?
Today in business, game theory is often applied as the analysts want to develop a modeled approach that is sure to succeed. Despite all alternative efforts, successful selling is still more like a game.
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