Hartmut Esslinger's Frog Design made WEGA/Sony's electronics fetish items, and then designed the "Snow White" language the Mac used. He's a design legend and an author. Here he tells us about the challenges of designing, then and now.
Sony reminds us that they do much more than make game consoles that nobody really cares about (PS3, PSP)—they make next-generation DVD formats that nobody cares about! Hoho!
Reports of the death of the lowly CRT have been greatly exaggerated, and Sony asserted that point with the introduction of a line of FD Trinitron WEGA direct-view televisions—one of them HD, the rest not. Sony must believe there are still people who want to buy standard-definition TVs, so it answers that perceived…
Sony has just announced two new WEGA televisions, a 50- and 60-inch model for $4,000 and $5,000, respectively. These micro-display monsters—
LCoS, really, but Sony has their own language that they use—offer real 1080p resolution as well as all of Sony's patented interpolation and sharpening firmware to make things…