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Quantum Dot display technology to beat OLED?

Posted on Wednesday, December 08 2010 @ 02:36:19 CET by


MIT's Technology Review writes Quantum Dot displays may beat OLED to the punch. This new technology is said to be more practical for large displays, it not only promises to be easier to manufacture than OLED, but it should also sport higher brightness and better energy efficiency.
Few display technologies rival the visual brilliance and energy-saving potential of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). Yet OLED displays are mostly found in smaller applications like mobile phones. The manufacturing technology for OLEDs has struggled to scale up for mass producing computer monitors or televisions.

Now QD Vision, an MIT spinoff, has announced a display technology based on quantum dots that could not only be easier to manufacture than OLEDs, but also be even brighter and more energy-efficient.

Last week, the Massachusetts company announced a partnership with major manufacturer LG Display to develop displays that use quantum-dot light-emitting diodes (QLEDs) as their pixels. In early November, QD Vision also partnered with Solvay, a Belgium-based chemical company, to build a platform for printing QLEDs.



 



 

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