Tech innovators head to Los Angeles for Display Week

Researchers and engineers from the display industry will gather in California next week for Display Week 2023, the world's leading event for electronic display and visual imaging innovation.

Taking place from May 21-26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the event feature nearly 200 exhibitors and showcase emerging electronic display and visual information technologies, and feature hands-on demos, hundreds of scientific presentations from pioneering scientists, and sessions with display industry business leaders.

Among the thousands of attendees expected at the event will be experts in R&D, engineering, design, and display manufacturing. Key note speakers at the event include Charles Peng, chairman and CEO of Tianma Microelectronics, a Chinese display solutions provider, and Kevin Curtis, head of hardware at the US augmented reality display maker Magic Leap.

As part of the conference programming there will be an imaging and vision special event, which debuts on May 25, and will feature speakers from major tech companies including Meta, Microsoft and Sony.

"This event will focus on recent advances in image sensing, computer graphics, and computer vision aided by artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques that are enabling new intelligent and interactive systems and applications," says Dr Achin Bhowmik, president of the Society for Information Display (SID), which puts on Display Week.

"The ecosystem that SID serves increasingly includes the end-to-end imaging and vision technologies –  from capture to display – and we're very excited to bring the important developments in these fields to our community."