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elctrnx_lyf
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re: Flexible OLED displays
elctrnx_lyf   1/17/2012 1:28:26 PM
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It would be great if we see much better and cheaper displays in the future.

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re: Flexible OLED displays
KB3001   1/17/2012 3:44:56 PM
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Traditionally, OLED have suffered from expensive manufacturing processes, and some issues with reliability. Not sure what this alliance will do about that?

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re: Flexible OLED displays
ColnatecCTO   1/17/2012 5:20:45 PM
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OLED manufacturing just got a whole lot easier. We have developed at Colnatec a process control sensor for OLED production. The sensor is Angstrom level accurate, self regenerating (cleaning) for continuous production and solves many of the thermal issues associated with the evaporation sources in OLED systems. First products will be in beta test in 1 month

nicolas.mokhoff
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re: Flexible OLED displays
nicolas.mokhoff   1/17/2012 5:54:58 PM
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Care to share details with nicolas.mokhoff@ubm.com? Sure would be interesting to write this up.

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re: Flexible OLED displays
Code Monkey   1/18/2012 1:13:09 AM
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The last color OLED display I tried was very pretty but had visible burn-in after one month. So I'd run an OLED for a month or two before qualifying it.

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kdboyce   1/18/2012 6:22:19 AM
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If these can be built, we should be able to get a display that rolls up like a scroll, similar to the one in the movie Red Planet, used by Val Kilmer. Science fiction leads again! Seriously...such a display should make very thin wall mounted displays as well.

Kinnar
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Kinnar   1/18/2012 7:12:39 AM
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The developments are finding it way for OLED, LEDs are going to be the driving force for the next generations, infect LCDs limitations can be greatly overcome by this technology but still it has many acceptance test to get pass through.



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