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Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

Nanotech OLED Electrode Frees 20% More Light, Could Slash Power Use

Displays Journal
Jun 10, 2021
OLED 'Skin' Display Can be Stretched by Up to 30%

OLED 'Skin' Display Can be Stretched by Up to 30%

With the establishment of flexible displays behind us, many have asked what the next big development in display technology will be
Displays Journal
Mar 1, 2021
Light-Emitting Tattoo Engineered for the First Time

Light-Emitting Tattoo Engineered for the First Time

Scientists have created a temporary tattoo with light-emitting technology used in TV and smartphone screens, paving the way for a new type of "smart tattoo" with a range of potential uses.
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Useless Transparent Phones Get Cleverer

Useless Transparent Phones Get Cleverer

We forecast minimal sales of see-through, transparent personal devices over the coming 20 years. Transparent mobile phones have been predicted from the start. However, mobile phones are expensive, essential tools.
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Beginners Guide to Transparent Electronics

Beginners Guide to Transparent Electronics

For ease of reading, we use the term transparent electronics to include translucent in this report. It embraces flexible, even stretchable devices but, for now, the main focus is on rigid ones.
Displays Journal
Nov 2, 2020
OLED Display Could Feature More Than 10,000 Pixels per Inch

OLED Display Could Feature More Than 10,000 Pixels per Inch

By expanding on existing designs for electrodes of ultra-thin solar panels, researchers and collaborators have developed a new architecture for OLED - organic light-emitting diode - displays that could enable televisions, smartphones and virtual or augmented reality devices with resolutions of up to 10,000 pixels per inch
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Transparent OLED windows and displays now viable

Transparent OLED windows and displays now viable

In 2012, IDTechEx analysed newly demonstrated transparent OLED television from LG and Samsung. They told us that these inventions were far too expensive to launch commercially at that time.
Displays Journal
Aug 25, 2020
Transparent OLEDs for Subway Train Windows

Transparent OLEDs for Subway Train Windows

LG Display has provided the world's first transparent OLED displays for subway train windows in the Chinese cities of Beijing and Shenzhen.
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How the Steam Headset Survey Reflects the Changing VR Landscape

How the Steam Headset Survey Reflects the Changing VR Landscape

The Steam Headset Survey is a survey taken every month by Valve, who collects information from Steam users to identify trends behind the hardware and software of the users. The changing survey results can show underlying trends of VR technology. For more information please see the relevant reports: "Augmented and Virtual Reality 2020-2030" and " Optics and Displays in AR,VR and MR 2020-2030"
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MagnaChip Expands High Frame Rate DDIC Product Line for OLED

MagnaChip Expands High Frame Rate DDIC Product Line for OLED

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced an expansion of the company's High Frame Rate OLED DDIC product line for smartphones with the introduction of new DDIC products.
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