Plasmonic Displays


The Moving Puck of OLED

by Bob Raikes

When you look at the speed on the ice of the “OLED puck’, there should be shiver going up the spine of every competing technology which is now going to have to aim even further ahead!

Tags:BOE| Display Week 2023| DSCC| Flexible Displays| OLED| Plasmonic Displays| Visionox

Plasmonics Shows New Potential to Improve Color in Reflective Displays

by Arthur Berman

Plasmonic technology has the potential to be integrated into reflective displays as the means to produce pixels that are extremely compact and that present a wide range of colors. The colors produced using plasmonic …

Tags:Plasmonic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Reflective Display

A New Approach for Reflective Displays

by Arthur Berman

Plasmonic metasurfaces are a promising technology for use in reflective display applications. Reasons for this include the ability of this approach to produce pixels that can have a wide color gamut and a high …

Tags:Metasurfaces| Plasmonic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Reflective Display| UK (United Kingdom)

New Reflective Technology Could Triple the Resolution of LCDs

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers at the University of Central Florida’s NanoScience Technology Center (Orlando, Florida) is developing a technology that could eventually triple the resolution of LCDs. A recent article on this research published …

Tags:display technology| Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Plasmonic Displays| Reflective Display| Vol 24 - Issue 21

A New Color Filter Technology

by Arthur Berman

A new color filter technology is under development that claims to have the potential to advance the commercialization of the next generation of ultra-high definition TVs. At the same time, the technology also has …

Tags:Colour Filters| Korea| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Plasmonic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 24 - Issue 05

MIT Shines A New Light On Displays

by Matthew Brennesholtz

It is hard to think of a light source that hasn’t been harnessed by display technologists. Sunlight is used to illuminate e-books and transflective displays. Candles and whale oil lamps were used in magic …

Tags:display technology| Graphene| MIT| Perovskite| Plasmonic Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 23


Researchers Developing a “Skin-Like” Flexible Display

by Arthur Berman

A target for some time has been a fabric that can be made to change color and pattern at will. Recent developments reported by researchers at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) seems …

Tags:Fabric & Textile Displays| Flexible Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Plasmonic Displays| Vol 22 - Issue 35