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Auszeichnung als ´inVISION Top Innovation 2015´

Die Imaging-Fachzeitschrift inVISION hat die OLED-Backlight-Beleuchtung seelector Lux OLED von hema electronic zur Top Innovation 2015 gewählt. Die Jury würdigt damit den Beitrag, die Themen Bildverarbeitung und optische Messtechnik weiter voran zu bringen. An der Abstimmung zum innovativsten Produkt des Jahres nahm neben der inVision-Redaktion eine unabhängige Jury von Experten teil. Mehr Informationen...

zum inVISION-Newsletter 01/15

So, CES is now over, it's time for a summary post. A few days after announcing that accepting pre-orders for their 55" OLED TV in Korea, LG announced that the OLED TV is coming to the US - for $12,000. LG also unveiled a 55" curved OLED prototype.

Samsung unveiled a newer 55" OLED TV, but sadly the company did not detail their launch plans or pricing. Samsung had a 55" curved OLED TV of their own, quite similar to LG's set. Samsung "relaunched" their YOUM flexible AMOLEDs, showing some very neat prototypes. Again, these OLEDs aren't being produced yet, we can only hope they'll start production in 2013. Finally, Samsung did unveil a 4.99" FHD AMOLED panel, scheduled for production in Q1 2013 (probably for the Galaxy S4 phone).

But the most interesting OLED TVs didn't come from LG and Samsung this time - but from Sony and Panasonic. Both companies unveiled 56" 4K OLED TV prototypes. The two companies are collaboration on OLED technologies, and Sony made the TFT on Panasonic's set - which probably explains why both unveiled TVs in the same unique 56" size. Both TVs are probably far from production. Sony's TV was produced at AU Optronics' fabs in Taiwan using an evaporation process while Panasonic's TV was produced in house using printing technologies.

It's great to see four major TV makers making such good progress on OLED TVs - the Sony and Panasonic OLED TVs were a very nice surprise. I'd wish we see more companies commit to actual production besides LGD though...

What else? Not much actually. A new AMOLED smartphone from Alcatel, 3.4" flexible IGZO OLED prototypes from Sharp and an OLED watch prototype from Toshiba.

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