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New advancements in OLED display technology

By Damir Beciri
7 June 2013

oled-1Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are slowly fighting their way into the display market since there are various reports about improvements in their production, efficiency, and longevity. This article covers two recent advancements from European research groups – one inventing new modeling technique that can predict the output color and second group that came with… »

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Sony OTFT-driven OLED display can be wrapped around a pen

By Damir Beciri
One Comment29 May 2010

sony-rollup-displayThe folks from Sony announced that they have developed a super-flexible OTFT-driven full color OLED display which can be wrapped around a thin cylinder. An OTFT (Organic Thin-Film Transistor) is a thin-film transistor with organic (carbon-based compound) semiconductor. It has high mechanical flexibility and therefore it is expected to realize thin, light-weight, mechanical-shock resistant and… »

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ii-2 guide robot used for verbal Q&A tasks

By Damir Beciri
14 November 2009

ii1-2Professor Hirotaka Nakayama and his students at Kobe’s Konan University Faculty of Intelligence and Informatics have created a guide robot called ii-1. It is able to perform Q&A tasks by using natural language for communication and querying an internet database to find the answers to asked questions.  The project began in 2008 when four of… »

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LG and Samsung revealed their transparent OLED displays

By Damir Beciri
One Comment29 October 2009

lg-see-thru-oledBeyond the sheer cool factor, the actual benefits of transparent displays are yet to be proved as they get implemented into other devices and objects, thus we might have to wait for their true need to be shown in future. Of course, that isn’t stopping manufacturers from developing and announcing them. LG Display and Samsung… »

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Samsung conceptual e-passport uses AMOLED technology

By Damir Beciri
27 June 2009

samsungepassportSamsung Corporation has demonstrated a conceptual device which uses AMOLED technology. It’s a biometric passport (e-passport) that is used as a card with a built-in 2 inch QVGA resolution flexible display. Unlike the current ID cards where the photos depicted only the head of the owner, the new device allows people to show the video… »

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Light bulb wars – South Korea makes a move with OLED

By Damir Beciri
One Comment9 June 2009

oled-by-etriOver 50% of the world light bulb market is covered by old, energetically and environmentally unfriendly incandescent light bulbs. EU energy ministers met in Luxembourg back in 2008 in order to give a final approval to an EU-wide ban on incandescent light bulbs that should begin in 2010. There are many alternative technologies as white-light… »