Friday, May 28, 2010

Sony introduces super-thin OLED display.

Sony has announced their latest technology, which is a super-flexible 80μm OTFT (Organic thin-film transistor) driven full color OLED display. This new technology is so thin that you can wrap it around pencil, scroll in-and-out, and it will still display images on-the-go.
Sony introduces super-thin OLED display.
“To create the display, Sony developed OTFTs with an original organic semiconductor material (a PXX derivative) with eight times*2 the current modulation of conventional OTFTs. This was achieved due to the development of integration technologies of OTFTs and OLEDs on an ultra-thin 20 μm thick flexible substrate (a flexible on-panel gate-driver circuit with OTFTs which is able to get rid of conventional rigid driver IC chips interfering roll-up of a display) and soft organic insulators for all the insulators in the integration circuit. By combining these technologies, Sony successfully demonstrated the world’s first OLED panel*3 which is capable of reproducing moving images while being repeatedly rolled-up – around a cylinder with a radius of 4 mm – and stretched. –”
However, this technology is still on its development phase, therefore you see a lot of dead pixels, and low resolutions video. Sony will continue to improve the performance and reliability of its flexible organic displays because the application of these developments are expected to yield thin, light-weight, durable and mobile devices with enhanced form-factor.

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