OLED Displays

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OLED Televisions are taking over the technology market. Their sharp and vibrant images are much greater in comparison to current LED/LCD TVs available. OLED technology completely transforms televisions because they can be produced much smaller than previous TV’s. Some of the thinnest OLED TV panels weigh only 3.5 kgs and are 4 mm thick. They are even proven to be a green option as they use less power to function and do not contain toxic metals.

A future capability of OLED technology is transparent displays. Researchers have already been able to produce and utilize them. Transparent OLED pixels can be produced by using transparent TFTs that are comprised of a thin microscopic zinc tin oxide, allowing a nearly perfect transmission of light. Due to how thin the TFT layers are, it is possible to place them on large areas at low temperatures.

OLED technology has proven to show lifetimes of over 50,000 hours and it burns at rates that surpass the efficiency of halogen and can reach up to 150 lm/W. OLED lighting utilizes less CO2, requires less energy and contains no toxic substances. Because of this information, it opens up a revolutionary concept of lighting displays and light based art conceptions. Without the need for a backlight there is plenty of potential for extremely thin and flexible OLED display panels. It would allow OLED displays to be shown on new materials such as plastic, metal foil, and flexible glass.

With such potential to revolutionize all sorts of displays, the technology industry is buzzing about incorporating them anyway possible. One can expect OLED Displays to be apart of all their future tech.
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