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Displays

An article written by Junko Yoshida for EETIMES - The Apple Watch Series 4 surprised observers at Apple’s annual iPhone event last week by stealing the show from the latest iPhone generation. With rounded corners, a larger display, and built-in EKG scanner, the new Apple watch was billed in some media reports as “the most sought-after gadget in the aftermath of Apple’s fall hardware refresh.”

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Safety helmets with built-in microdisplays and multifunction data glasses will soon monitor production lines, advise workers of dangers, and display storage locations. The Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP is developing OLED microdisplays and sensors as the foundation for intelligent data glasses in the sectors of medicine, vehicle production, entertainment, and for Industry 4.0.

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MicroLEDs technologies are improving rapidly and new technology paths emerging at a rapid pace. According to Yole Développement’s analysts, technology solutions should start converging by the end of 2019. The challenge is now focused on cost reduction. What is the feasibility of each solution? Can microLED TV or smartphone display manufacturing costs be compatible with these applications? Which cost reduction paths are the most realistic?

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An article written by Bob Raikes for Display Daily - A few months ago I wrote a Display Daily article about the challenges in driving microLEDs. It's only one of a number of challenges, but in the last three months, I have had a lot of feedback on significant challenges being overcome.

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Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), Extended Reality (XR)…these oft-heard terms could be right around the corner, ready to confirm the dream of augmented reality for everyone and supplanting smartphones as the next big consumer revolution. Companies have invested lots of money to develop the required technology-enabling building blocks in-house, or let others develop the technology for them – for example, consider the more than $2B raised by Magic Leap. 

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Global major smartphone makers are competitively joining the race for foldable smartphones, which is expected to invigorate the market that has been seeing a falling demand in recent years. As part of its efforts to seize opportunities in the sector, Samsung Display, the flexible OLED maker, has sent out a batch of foldable display prototypes to Chinese smartphone makers, including Oppo and Xiaomi, looking to build partnerships with them, according to industry sources with knowledge of the matter.

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