organic light-emitting diode

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Synonyms for organic light-emitting diode

a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers


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Developments in flexible display, increase in demand for OLED display devices, and rise in trend of touch-based devices drive the growth of the global display market.
It features a flexible display that rolls out to increase the screen area by at least 60 percent.
Previous ( reports revealed that Corning, the company known for Gorilla Glass, is working on a glass polymer that can be used to make flexible displays. This "glass polymer" might very well be the "ceramic material" mentioned in the patent.
The company creates and manufactures next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products including advanced flexible displays, flexible sensors, and smart devices.
Testing technologies, in time, will evolve beyond the flat-panel-display domain to encompass flexible displays, enabling the rigorous quality controls commonly employed today by LCD manufacturers.
Although profitability of LCD panels improved due to increased sales of premium TV panels, such as those for UHD TVs, overall earnings for OLED panels decreased QOQ due to weak seasonality and increased expenditures from ramping up its new flexible display product line.
According to market analysts, the first flagship phone featuring a flexible display is expected to be shipped by 2017.
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The Cambridge Graphene Centre and Plastic Logic have successfully demonstrated a flexible display Incorporating graphene in its pixels' electronics; the first time graphene has been used In a transistor-based flexible device.
The new agreement calls for SmartKem to supply p-Flex materials for flexible display development by its partner.
In 2014 a somewhat flexible display will be introduced,
"Our goal is to take an early lead in the flexible display market by introducing new products with enhanced performance and differentiated designs next year," said executive vice president and chief technology officer of LG Display, Dr Sang Deog Yeo.
CMI is also eyeing the flexible display market, expecting its AMOLED products to be adopted by customers in high-end smartphone applications.
* Flexible display support for parallel LCD 18/24 bit, LVDS single channel 18/24 bit (18 bit compatible).
The development team included researchers Byron Lahey and Win Burleson of the Motivational Environments Research Group at Arizona State University (ASU), Audrey Girouard and Aneesh Tarun from the Human Media Lab at Queen's University, Jann Kaminski and Nick Colaneri, director of ASU's Flexible Display Center, and Seth Bishop and Michael McCreary, the VP R&D of E Ink Corporation.
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