Here’s a really nice video produced by Corning - showing future designs made with durable, transparent and even flexible glass displays. A lot of these displays can be achieved with OLEDs, although it’s not specifically mentioned in this video. Still, it’s beautifully done:
Future of Screen Technology
This is the result of TAT’s Open Innovation experiment. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few.
Samsung has developed a touch-enabled transparent AMOLEDs, and has a very nice demo showing it off. Sadly we do not have any technical details about this display, or when Samsung expects to commercialize it…
We have some more information and a nice video about AUO’s 2.4″ transparent touch AMOLED display. The resolution of the panel is 240×320, and it’s a “dual-emission” structure. It’s got 45% transparency, 200 cd/m2 brightness on the bottom, and 100 cd/m2 on the top. The contrast is better than 20,000:1. The response time is less than 0.01ms. AUO hopes to have this as an actual product in 2011, and are also working on a 7″ version.
A short clip by CBS showing the ‘TV of the future’ – OLEDs. Some nice new footage of OLED displays and TVs, flexible and transparent OLEDs, as well as an interview with Janice Mahone from Universal Display.