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Editorial
Display Week Comes Home
By Stephen P. Atwood

President's Corner
SID: The Society for Interactive Display?
By Yong-Seog Kim

Industry News
By Jenny Donelan

Best Displays, Components, and Applications: 2017 Display Industry Awards
Each year, SIDís Display Industry Awards Committee selects products that have advanced the state of the art of display technology in the categories of Display of the Year,Display Component of the Year, and Display Application of the Year.
Compiled by Jenny Donelan

Frontline Technology: Automotive Interior Lighting Evolves with LEDs
A new platform to revolutionize in-car lighting control incorporates up to 4,096 LEDs that are individually addressable from a single system controller.
By Robert Isele, Roland Neumann, and Karlheinz Blankenbach

Frontline Technology: Plastic Displays Will Play a Major Role in Automotive HMIs
Automotive trends, including increasing reliance on the human-machine interface (HMI) for the vehicle, indicate that future displays will need to be curved and shaped to fit any surface in the car. To speed adoption and reduce costs, it is desirable that this new generation of displays is manufactured using the existing automotive supply chain and building as much as possible on proven technologies.
By Simon Jones

Making Displays Work for You: Create Higher Resolution Displays with the VESA DSC Standard
As consumer demand for ultra high-definition display products grows, designers are faced with many system design challenges associated with handling increased video throughput. The VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) standard offers a compelling solution for enhancing display resolution up to 8K for a number of applications without having to compromise on display quality, battery life, or cost.
By Alain Legault and Emma-Jane Crozier

Display Marketplace: Automotive Trends Drive Vehicular Displays
Display Week will offer many opportunities to learn about the latest advancements in vehicular displays. Trends such as larger and more plentiful automotive displays, HUDs, the connected car, ADAS, and autonomous driving are informing these new developments.
By Ken Werner

Q&A: ID Interviews Seth Coe-Sullivan, VP and CTO for Luminit
Conducted by Jenny Donelan

Trade-Show Preview: Products on Display at Display Week 2017
Some of the products on display at North Americaís largest electronic display exhibition are featured.
Compiled by the editorial staff

SID News: LA Chapter One-Day Conference Highlights Applications
The Los Angeles chapterís annual event featured presentations on quantum dots, high dynamic range, human vision, head-up displays for cars, direct-view LEDs, light-shaping technology, and smart windows.
By Ken Werner