07-16-2012 12:00 PM #1HDD Contributor
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Korea Selects LG to Develop a 60-Inch Flexible OLED
It's a part of the Future Flagship Program, which aims to create more jobs and income for Korea.
07-16-2012 03:50 PM #2
We keep hearing about OLED in the future, but we are way overdue to get some more OLED tech to the market right now.
My two biggest dreams with OLED:
1. A decent sized TV that can be put into a roller. Put it on a wall, hit the power button and the screen drops down and turns on. Press power again, and the TV disappears into the roller completely. This will hit high on the WAF front and still give you a TV that is worth viewing anytime of the day or night.
2. A roll up phone. Basically a thin membrane that rolls into two tubes about teh size of a couple of sharpie markers. Pull it apart 1/4 of the way and you have a phone surface that you can dial from. Snap it back together and place your calls, etc. Pull it all the way apart and you have a tablet that is akin to the iPad. The surface gets pulled taut when stretched to width so it is a usable touch membrane and disappears completely into the case when not in use to protect it and minimize the size.
Still, it is years out as all OLED tech always seems to be.
I'll just be happy if we see the 'promised' large format consumer displays make it to market this year.AV Integrated - Theater, whole house audio, and technology consultation during the build and installation process in the Washington DC, Northern VA, and MD area.
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