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LG discovers laser treatment to fix dead OLED pixels

Posted on Monday, June 30 2014 @ 11:21:42 CEST by


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KoreanIT News writes LG Display has invented a method to fix dead pixels on OLED displays with the use of a laser beam. The article also mentions other advancements that promise to push adoption of OLED technology.
LG Display also developed various technologies that can reduce costs, thereby accelerating the opening of the OLED TV market. The company will apply the atomic layer deposition, not the 2-partition deposition starting with the M2 line. It reduced not only costs but also process time. As the atomic layer deposition was applied, it is now possible to produce large premium TV panels. LG Display also developed the technology for using a laser beam to revive dead pixels, improving the yield. It is also attracting our attention.




 



 

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