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By: Amoledtv  09-12-2011
Keywords: Managing Director, Digital Information, Oled Display,

The folks at Fraunhofer IPMS have done it! After years of tireless research and promises of Borg-like eyewear, the group has delivered a prototype of the world’s first bidirectional, eye-tracking OLED microdisplay (got all that?) at SID 2011. The rig is much like a monocle, except with a transparent OLED display inside, which overlays digital information on top of the reflected light that usually hits your eyeballs. What’s more, there are integrated photodetectors inside and special software to monitor the direction of your gaze, allowing you to interact with your newfound augmented reality using only the flick of an eyeball. Fraunhofer foresees joggers taking in movies while out for a run, which sounds more than just a little dangerous. We, on the other hand, envision a world in which the first thing anyone does upon meeting someone new is discreetly check their relationship status on Facebook — finally fulfilling the social network’s full creep potential. One more pic and the poorly translated PR after the break.

Sony introduce at the NAB-2011 in Las Vegas new two professional OLED-Monitors. This OLED-Monitors uses Super-Top Emission technology.
The two new cheaper models are the PVM-1741 and PVM-2541. Both models offer Full-HD (1080p) support, 89-degrees viewing angle, 10-bit drivers and a 1W mono speaker. Inputs include two 3G-SDI, HDMI, composite and Ethernet.
Sony will sell the PVM-1741 for about 4.900 dollars and the PVM-2531 for about 7.500 dollar.

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It took Sony just two months to update its TRIMASTER series of (pretty expensive) OLED monitors, and the two new professional displays the company announced [JP] today (a 25-inch model for $7,400 and a 17-incher for $,4900) are more affordable than the first ones (which went for $16,000 and $29,000, respectively).

Here are the main specs:

  • full HD resolution, “Super Top Emission” OLED screen with Sony’s 10-bit panel driver
  • interfaces: 2x 3G-SDI, HDMI, composite, audio, Ethernet
  • aluminum body
  • 89 degrees viewing angle
  • a 1W mono speaker

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China’s OLED Industry will Enter a New Era of Large-sized OLED

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In an interview with Barry Young the managing director of the OLED-Association we got some insider information.
The big question is when we will see cost competitive OLED-TV panels which can compete to LCD and Plasma HDTVs.

Barry Young explain also the technical issues which have to be solved!

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Larger cost competitive OLED-TV Panels in 2014-2015

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In an interview with Barry Young the managing director of the OLED-Association we got some insider information.The big question is when we will see cost competitive OLED-TV panels which can compete to LCD and Plasma HDTVs. SMD plans a new production line to produce 65 inch AMOLED-TVs in 2012. The folks at Fraunhofer IPMS have done it.