01/13/2010, It would be a pity to use these OLED displays for nothing more than art pieces, but then again who are we to place a price on an artist’s work? These OLED displays certainly won’t be made available in a cheap manner, so if your home is going to be adorned with it, then chances are you will have a pretty sizeable bank account as well. Perhaps when technology moves […]
01/11/2010, It’s still an unconfirmed rumor, but word is going around that Apple has snapped up the available supply of 10.1 inch multi-touch display LCD and OLED screens for its upcoming tablet. Folks have been speculating as to whether Apple will be using OLED screens for its upcoming tablet, and if this rumor is true, we might be seeing an Apple Tablet with an OLED screen. So does this also confirm […]
01/05/2010, Guess TVs aren’t the only things that are taking the OLED route these days, as Samsung has plans to unveil its latest 700Z Digital Photo Frame at CES this year. This model will boast a 7″ AMOLED display alongside 4GB of internal memory to hold all of your favorite memories. As with any good digital photo frame should act these days, video playback is also supported alongside Bluetooth connectivity. You […]
01/04/2010, LG’s impossibly thin OLED TV is already on sale at a South Korean store, but the amazing thing is this – there is no definite model number stated apart from the general “LG OLED TV” label on the display stand. It retails for around $2,500 after conversion in that part of the world, placing you under the “very rich” category if you are able to afford one at your whim […]
12/30/2009, Ashish Chaudhary’s conceptual design of a pocket size scanner points toward a trio of segments, comprising of the display itself, a power unit and storage. The display screen is broken down into three layers of a roll out scanning bed, where the upper and bottom layers are OLED displays for illumination purposes while the central layer functions with capacitive and photo sensors that will perform data capture.
12/22/2009, Talk about dressing for the climate in a literal sense – the Climate Dress from Diffus of Denmark sees a special concoction which features hundreds of small LEDs laced throughout the dress, where they will respond to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Depending on how high the concentration of CO2 is in the vicinity, the tiny LEDs embroidered onto the dress will glow in slow pulses all the way to […]
12/17/2009, Looks like even Santa has his own quirks when it comes to modifying his sleigh, thanks to this GE design that features OLED lighting technology. After all, Santa has to go all over the world to deliver presents to nice kids each year, so OLED lighting helps minimize his carboon footprint as well. The red OLED lighting is located in front of the sleigh to function as headlights, giving Rudolph […]
12/11/2009, PolyPhotonix of the UK has unveiled its OLED dress which was designed by Gareth Pugh. This is made possible thanks to flexible OLED lighting panels alongside low-cost long-life solar cells. With this in mind, it could mean that OLED-endowed clothing could be the thing of the future, although there is always the risk of it being tacky when executed the wrong way. What’s the next natural step then – an […]
12/04/2009, Kodak has just sold off their OLED business LG Electronics of Korea, where this move is supposed to strengthen Kodak’s financial position. Expected to be finalized before the year is over, this would mean LG will most probably include Kodak’s OLED technology in its upcoming range of products, including AMOLED displays on their cellphones to go up against what Samsung is offering at the moment.
12/03/2009, Kyocera recently unveiled on cellphone that ought to grab the attention of anyone who looks at it – after all, you certainly won’t see a kinetic energy-powered cellphone every day, do you? This one is even better as it can fold up like a wallet. Designed by industrial designer Susan McKinney, this Kyocera handset, also known as the EOS phone, is made up of a soft, semi-rigid polymer skin surrounding […]
12/01/2009, Osram has just unveiled its Orbeos OLED panels that will target the general market, offering an alternative lighting instrument that comes in the form of discs which measure 80mm wide and a mere 2.1mm thin. They will emit light at a temperature of 2,800K, being more or less twice as thrifty as traditional bulb technology. No idea on when these will be available on a mass market basis though.
11/20/2009, Nice to know our men in uniform who proudly and bravely defend our country will be getting prototype versions of flexible AM-Pholeds. It remains to be seen just which part of the battlefield operations will experience action with such prototypes, although we do know that the US Army has its eyes on enabling flexible PHOLED technology to be adorned on a soldier, perhaps to check out real time instructions from […]
11/10/2009, Softbank, the No.3 wireless carrier in Japan did reveal today that the company is looking to unveil its first Android-powered smartphone in spring sometime next year, following similar launches by NTT DoCoMo and Verizon Wireless. Softbank did not reveal the hardware manufacturer behind this Android-powered handset (although we think HTC would be a decent option), we do know it will come with an OLED display.
10/28/2009, Samsung’s foray into the AMOLED TV world has yielded this 30″ screen which supports 3D picture (stereoscopic) alongside the traditional full HD resolution view for movie buffs. The panel is painfully thin at a mere 2.5mm, where it was made possible thanks to Samsung’s patented Simultaneous Emission with Active Voltage (SEAV) technology. Too bad watching shows in 3D will still require you to wear a dorky looking pair of glasses, […]