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Nanosys, the global actor in Quantum Dot production, and Exciton Technology, the market leader in diffuser films for LCD displays, announced that the two companies have strategically partnered in the development of optical Quantum Dot Enhancement Films (QDEF®) using cutting-edge nanotechnology for display applications.

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Samsung Electronics unveiled several new display technologies at the private room during this year’s Mobile World Congress, including its development of OLED without polarizer, a source familiar with the matter said. “Samsung exhibited new technologies, including force touch, OLED (organic light-emitting diodes) without polarizer, VR (virtual reality) headsets with high resolution and blue-less OLED.

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Tim Cook has talked up a lot of technologies since becoming Apple's chief executive in 2011. Driverless cars. Artificial intelligence. Streaming television. But no technology has fired up Cook quite like augmented reality, which overlays images, video and games on the real world. Cook has likened AR's game-changing potential to that of the smartphone. At some point, he said last year, we will all "have AR experiences every day, almost like eating three meals a day. It will become that much a part of you."

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Immy has developed the Immy Neo iC 60 see-through HMD, initially for augmented reality (AR) applications but follow-on units will eventually be usable for virtual reality (VR) applications as well. This unit is based on what Immy calls “Natural Eye Optics” (NEO), an all-reflective optical design similar to what is used in some head-up displays.

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A team of researchers lead by Moonsub Shim, a professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign, IL), is developing a novel type of LED. The so-called nanorod LED is a switchable device that can be a high brightness emitter when in one mode of operation and a visible light detector when in a second mode. 

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Silicon Valley startup implementing patented OLED chemistry for flexible and foldable OLED displays. Light Polymers, a nanochemistry startup with R&D operations in Silicon Valley, Taiwan and Korea, announced a Series A investment of $24.3 million led by a consortium of private investors. The Series A will be used to fund R&D expansion and commercialization for its flexible and foldable OLED display chemistry and for a planned acquisition.

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