LG has long engaged in the development of OLED devices, therefore not surprising that the company (through the seal LG Display) has been chosen by the South Korean government to lead the Future Flagship Program .
The program will end the production of flexible OLED displays up to 60 inches , which would be available in the market since 2017. It is a very interesting initiative that can give a big boost to one of the research and development projects more attractive today.
flexible OLED panels are a reality, although the largest created so far measured only 7.4 inches. According to The Verge, the South Korean authorities’ plan generate 840 000 jobs and exports valued at 56 billion dollars.
Use these screens would be very broad, but find particular utility in the advertising category. LG Display will have 5 years to meet the objective of the Future Flagship Program, so we must be attentive to developments that occur as the project evolves.
will also have to provide them attention to developments that generate other firms (such as Samsung , to name some) in the same subject. If you want to leave their opinion on the subject can do so from the comments area.
After many rumors, Sony and Panasonic announced their new society for creating high-definition televisions with OLED screen . Both Japanese corporations are going through difficult times (economic losses, layoffs, etc..), And therefore decided to tackle this project together.
Asian firms will ally in the design of large OLED panels and modules for TV. The aim is to develop a suitable technology for mass production, low cost, the first OLED TVs will be available in the market from next year.
Although the agreement Sony and Panasonic includes work to develop technology devices, each company OLEDs manufacture and market under their own brands HDTV . The project looks promising, but also has quite high risk.
But beyond that we can make any speculation, it is best to wait until 2013 to see how teams perform in the market . This will be the second attempt by Sony in the OLED TV market after the failed experience between 2007 and 2010.
Earlier this year it was rumored that the company headed by Kazuo Hirai leave OLED panel production to make way for Crystal LED technology, but the information was denied at the Consumer Electronics Show.
In so far we have seen many CES 2012 next-generation TVs and more attention was called OLED models from LG and Samsung. Both Korean firms working for some time in the creation of teams with that kind of panel and first impressions of the prototypes have been …
LG is one of the leading companies in terms of technology and consumer electronics, especially in the business of television. South Korean firm recently took a new step in this area with the introduction of OLED TV world’s largest, which has 55 inches. One of the most amazing …
This is one of those electronic devices could ever have in our home , but worth it known. This is a mega circular OLED display developed by the folks at Mitsubishi Electric which was recently presented at the ISE 2011, to be held in Amsterdam.
“gadget” in question is known for having 4 feet high and 10 in circumference (1.21 meters by 3.04 respectively). Is suitable to be placed in malls and street advertising, to an average height of 6.10 meters . id=”more-13901″>
As you can imagine, this type of display is not intended for direct viewing at close range. Each pixel measures three millimeters, so the images look terrible up close . For this reason these screens were developed to hang on the roofs of shopping malls.
As indicated by Mitsubishi Electric executives at the launch at ISE 2011, the first units of this mega OLED screen is placed in the shopping centers of Las Vegas, USA . However, they are optimistic that soon also be applied to outdoor advertising in major cities worldwide.
also indicated that screens can be rented for use in well-attended events such as conferences, video games and consumer electronics . Here’s a video with the new product of Mitsubishi Electric in operation.
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