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Epson's Inkjet Technology Brings Big-Screen OLED TVs a Big Step Closer

A prototype 14-inch OLED display fabricated with inkjet technology.Epson has developed inkjet technology to enable uniform printing of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays that brings the launch of next-generation big-screen TVs closer to reality. Overcoming the uneven distribution of the organic materials was the last major obstacle hindering the production process; now the only tasks remaining are improving the lifetime of the materials and lowering production costs.

Plastic Logic Unveils Next Step in its Organic Flexible AMOLED Demonstrator Programme

Plastic Logic, experts in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, has shown the second in its series of all-plastic flexible AMOLED display demonstrators.

Building on the first demonstrator, shown at the Flextech Conference in Phoenix, AZ in February, the new display features an increased brightness, 256 grey levels, and full 30fps image rendering. The display offers further proof that organic transistor technology offers display makers the best path to truly flexible, ultra-thin, lightweight AMOLEDs, and is the world's first all-organic AMOLED display made using a toolkit of processing capabilities already proven industrially.

4K Sets the Stage for Tomorrow's Entertainment Opportunities


By Aaron Taylor, Executive Vice President, NanoTech Entertainment

People can see a difference in 4K resolution compared to 1080i, 1080p and 720p HD images.

In very non-technical terms it is deeper, richer, more satisfying.

That's why CES (Consumer Electronics Show) visitors saw a dizzying array of 4K UHD smart TVs this year.

Take a Stand Against Showrooming with Digital Signage

JeffHastings newBy Jeff Hastings, CEO, BrightSign, LLC

"Showrooming," the practice of researching products in a brick-and-mortar store and then buying them somewhere else, is getting a lot of attention lately. Not that it's anything new. Budget-conscious consumers have always been inclined to defect when presented with a better deal.

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