Organic viewing

Jones, Myrddin
May 2006
Electronics Weekly;5/31/2006, Issue 2243, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the emergence of organics light emitting diodes (OLED) displays in the electronics industry, which is expected to revolutionize viewing habits. Self-emitting, high efficiency, lightweight, thin, monolithic, high contrast, high frame rate, wide viewing angle and lower production costs make OLEDs the ideal display for portable applications. To overcome resolution limitations, active matrix OLED products are being developed with a thin film transistor (TFT) backplane on the glass which drives each pixel individually. In the next three years, active matrix full color OLED displays in the range of 2 inches to 5 inches are expected to be widely used in mobile phone, digital still cameras and other handheld applications.


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