These were used in ‘TV8-301,’ the world's first direct-view portable transistor television.
Integrated in the CCD-TR55 passport-sized "Handycam."
Commercialized the world's smallest color TFT (thin-film transistor) LCD, measured at 0.55 inches and with 113k dots, as well as a 0.7-inch color LCD with the world's highest pixel count (180k dots). Used in electric viewfinders (EVF) in video cameras, etc.
This APS-C size Exmor™ CMOS image sensor realized 12.47 effective megapixel resolution.
Tuner modules became miniaturized as TVs became ever thinner and more advanced.
Developed a 35 mm full size CMOS image sensor with 24.81 effective megapixel resolution and extremely high signal conversion speed for use in digital SLR cameras.
Developed the Exmor R™, a back-illuminated CMOS image sensor that realizes high picture quality, high sensitivity, and low noise.
400 mW high-power laser diode for Blu-ray disc recording.
Commercialized an Exmor R™ back-illuminated CMOS image sensor for mobile phones.
Commercialized a high resolution, large frame 8K single-plate CMOS image sensor (approximately 20.0 megapixels) and loaded it onto the F65 CineAlta™ camera.
Developed the SXRD™ 0.74-inch 4K display device and the CXD4736GB database-type super-resolution signal processing LSI for devices that display 4K images, and mounted them on the VPL-VW1000ES 4K Home Theater ES Projector.
Commercialized the Exmor RS™, the world's first stacked CMOS image sensor. Developed for use in smartphones and tablets, it combines superior image quality and advanced functionality with compact size.
Commercialized the industry's first* multi-tuner module capable of receiving three Japanese TV broadcasting signals (terrestrial digital, BS/CS digital), constructed using only one silicon tuner IC.
* As of October 3, 2012
Their Sensor Fusion technology enabled the measuring of highly precise positional information even when indoors or in other environments in which it is difficult to pinpoint one's location solely using satellite signal reception.