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post #11 of 24
....don't forget that since it's thinner, it's more sensitive to magnetism.
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Imagin a laptop computer that you could fold up and stick in your pocket! Or a newspaper that automaticly updates with changing events! Components have gotten so small that the limiting size now is the user interfaces. With this, you could have the device cliped to your belt, say, and the screen wirelessly connected and in your pocket. Then you could unfold it, and it would be the size of a newspaper, fold it back up, and its 3"x3"
Those kind of newspaper are from Minority Report, lol
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I see a bunch of lines. They need to get rid of those. What are these going to be used for though?
Extremely stylish and portable monitors that are very difficult to damage.
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post #14 of 24
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....don't forget that since it's thinner, it's more sensitive to magnetism.
Magnetism in organic dyes? Or do you mean electromagnetic interference from surrounding EM fields?

I believe you might have CRTs on the mind, as OLED shouldn't have any specific issue with magnets.
post #15 of 24
OLED is amazing, but its going to take early adopters (ready to shell out dough) to make the manufacturing process cost-effective....
    
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post #16 of 24
The correct title is OEL "organic electroluminescent", and btw Pioneer has had a 66k color OEL display for over 3years now. The Single color OEL is being used in the space shuttle for heads up displays, and the major problem with the display's is they can not make them big yet.
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The correct title is OEL "organic electroluminescent"
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OLED technology was also called Organic Electro-Luminescence (OEL), before the term "OLED" became standard.
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OLED

a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers.
While it used to be called OLE, the "correct title" is OLED.

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and btw Pioneer has had a 66k color OEL display for over 3years now.
Ok? They haven't been SELLING them, and that makes me sad.

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The Single color OEL is being used in the space shuttle for heads up displays, and the major problem with the display's is they can not make them big yet.
Yeah, and single-color OLED have been used all around (cell phones are the biggest place I know that uses them, though). In fact, I was about to buy an LG that used OLED until they decided to release the 8600.

Anyways though, it's good to see someone else out there with OLED love on the mind.
post #18 of 24
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still so u got this paper thin screen... and the point is? go big or go home...the cost of them is ridiculous anyways...
no one is worried about buying this now, but maybe when they make the PS4, they will add a attached screen, like this to it, hey you never know. Especially since they don't want to make the next playstation for 10 years, and by then they will have made this type of screen alot bigger and cheaper....
post #19 of 24
This technoligy is so important, and will lower the cost of big screen hd tv's. If you want to own a nice big screen hdtv in the future w/o breaking the bank, support oel products. In the next 10yrs we will have a 1080p+ oel in 42" size that it stuck to your livingroom or bedroom window, and when it is on it is the tv, but when it is off clear window "and it will be cheap". 7 out of 10 Pioneer car stereo's this year have OEL displays 2 of which are 66k color and programable for pics/motion graphics. Price has droped under $180.00 for a car stereo w/ OEL display, and full ipod interface. $279.95 for OEL/cd/mp3/wma/aac/ipod/up to 32gb usb powered hd (dehp6900ub) or (dehp690ub). Pioneer has the best bang for the buck Decks on the market right now, and the display technoligy they are using is excelent. OEL has taken Pioneer Car audio from the 7th most reconized name in CE to the #1 most in 4yr's time.
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Why are some of you so negative about this? I keep thinking its because its sony....
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