OLED displays and microdisplays

Contintental Debuts Virtual A-Pillar to Eliminate Forward Blind Spots

Automotive technology firm Continental has developed the Virtual A-Pillar. The Virtual A-Pillar is an OLED display and camera system in the front support pillars making them virtually “see through.” The front support pillars, known as A-pillars, anchor the windshield and the beginning foundation of the vehicle’s roof. However, A-pillars can …

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Fraunhofer FEP Scientists Showcase Small OLED-display-based VR Headset Prototype

During during the awe Europe 2018, Scientists from Fraunhofer FEP presented a LOMID headset prototype. The new prototype uses four OLED display panels in a 3D printed device. Fraunhofer scientists designed the device to begin to overcome motion sickness, a common issue among VR users. According to Fraunhofer, the motion …

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Burn-In may Pose an Issue with OLED Displays, But Micro and Mini LED Displays Not Expected to Have Same Problem

Burn-in is partial image retention that results from a static image on screen over a long period.  LG was embarrassed at SID 2018 when a 65-inch OLED display showed signs of burn-in, according to a ZDNet article. Nanosys reportedly purchased the OLED display just three weeks before the event in …

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LG to Debut 65-Inch OLED “Wallpaper”

At InfoComm 2018, LG will debut 65-inch OLED “Wallpaper” display (model 65EJ5E). The “Wallpaper” OLED offers an unprecedented way of presenting rich video content. Previously LG’s OLED “Wallpaper” was previously only available in a 55-inch size with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. However, the 65-inch 65EJ5E OLED “Wallpaper” display …

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