The world at large continues to await the arrival of large OLED screens for the laptops, desktop PCs and televisions, expecting them to be better and less expensive than today’s LCDs. Meanwhile, advanced OLED displays have already begun to appear in smart phones. But the true, yet largely unnoticed pioneers of the OLED revolution in advanced displays have been OLED-on-CMOS microdisplays. These tiny TV screens use a CMOS silicon chip as the active matrix backplane and have been produced using a range of OLED from conventional SMOLED to PIN to Polymer OLED. They are already well established in the electronic viewfinder market and are set to meet the needs of future generations of augmented-reality spectacles. The seminar presents the principles of OLED microdisplays, the application requirements, competing technologies, the current state of the art and any lessons that can be drawn for the wider OLED industry.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Nov 2013|
|Event||WUT International Symposium on Advanced Optoelectronic Materials ands Devices - Wuhan, China|
Duration: 14 Oct 2013 → 15 Oct 2013
|Conference||WUT International Symposium on Advanced Optoelectronic Materials ands Devices|
|Period||14/10/13 → 15/10/13|