Christie’s Advanced Technology Group, in association with DifTek Lasers Inc., researchers at the University of Waterloo, and Conestoga College, is investigating how to merge the high brightness of LEDs with the cost effectiveness and fill-factor of LCDs into an OLED display.
Having showcased a technology demonstrator at ISE 2015, Planar Systems Inc. announced its LookThru OLED display line-up will be available in February 2016 and is ready for pre-ordering.
Retail Asia Expo 2015 held June 09-11 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre was marked by Samsung Display Co. Ltd. presenting its new Mirror and Transparent OLED display panels. Both displays are intended for retail outlets to create an engaging “virtual fitting room” and incorporate the RealSense™ technology from Intel®.
NanoLumens of Norcross, Georgia, U.S.A, expanded its line-up of high-end visual solutions with a fully transparent NanoClear display platform. The display claims to be the world’s thinnest visual solution of its kind.
Perennial South Korean rivals Samsung and LG trade blows at CES over competing TV technology, and what will win over consumers in 2015.