Kopin Corporation Expands OLED Business With New Customers, New Orders

by Artem Alekseenko

Kopin Corporation, a leading developer and provider of high-resolution microdisplays and display subassemblies for defense, enterprise, industrial, consumer and medical products, announced it has received new orders for its Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) …

Tags:Kopin| Lighting| Microdisplays| OLEDs

RGB is Not Enough for Virtual Production

by Bob Raikes

Last week, I went along to an event run by SMPTE UK and hosted by ETC that covered the interesting topic of virtual production using LEDs. I learned a lot! In a ‘small world’ …

Tags:Cameras| Colour Grading| LED| Lighting| Post Production| TV Production| Virtual Sets

Low Power LCDs from Sharp and Azumo

by Bob Raikes

One of the perils of having a job title that includes the word ‘Editor’ is that some PR people can be very persistent. However, sometimes that persistence may be merited so in the end, …

Tags:LCD Backlights| Lighting| Reflective Display

Color Tunable, Dual Layer OLED/QLED Hybrid

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Heng Zhang, Qiang Su & Shuming Chen from Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen have recently published an article titled “Quantum-dot and organic hybrid tandem light-emitting diodes with multi-functionality of full-color-tunability and …

Tags:Frame Sequential Colour| Lighting| OLEDs| QLED

Melatonin, Circadian Rhythm and Displays, Part 2: Some Products

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In yesterday’s Display Daily, I discussed some of the science behind blue light, melatonin and circadian rhythm. In today’s DD, I will discuss some of the products display companies have introduced in response to …

Tags:Blue Light| Lighting| OLEDs| Samsung

OLED and Dual Cell TV: The Battle Commences

by Ken Werner

In my last Display Daily I argued that the future of OLED as the TV panel technology widely accepted as the very best is severely limited. The reason: OLED is not bright enough to …

Tags:Dual Panel LCDs| Lighting| OLED Materials| OLED TVs

What Bob Saw on the Net 21/03/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Nvidia …

Tags:AUO| Consoles| Flexible Displays| GPUs| Korea| LED| Lighting| Microsoft| Nvidia| OLEDs| Samsung| Smartphone Market| sony| Streaming Video| Transparent Displays| TVs (TV Sets)| xBox

A New and Improved OLED Outcoupling Layer is Under Development

by Arthur Berman

One challenge in achieving highly efficient OLEDs is developing means of highly efficient outcoupling. Part of the reason that this has proved difficult is that the desired means needs to be independent of wavelength, …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Lighting| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Optics| Vol 25 - Issue 29

EU Launches Initiative to Support Pi-Scale OLED Lighting Projects

by Andrew Fenn

Following the 2016 launch of the Pi-Scale flexible OLED production line project in 2016, the European Union has launched Lyteus, a €14 million ($16.3 million) initiative within Pi-Scale. Its website states that, “Lyteus provides …

Tags:Back Panel| Europe| Large Display Monitor| Lighting| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 25 - Issue 22

Philips Releases Hue Sync Smart Lighting App for PC and Mac

by Andrew Fenn

Philips has released its free Hue Sync app for PC and Mac, which synchronises in-home ambient smart lighting with on-screen goings on, including games, movies and music. Similar to the company’s range of Ambilight …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Lighting| Philips| TVs (TV Sets)| Vol 25 - Issue 21