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Shedding Light on the Future of OLED Technology: A Small Glance at the Past and Present

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It has been over six years since the 2007 debut of the Sony XEL-1—considered by most to be the world’s first OLED television, and inarguably the first to become widely-available to consumers. But it has been a long six years for OLED technology, which has continued to evolve and offer futuristic promises, but hardly in affordable ways. Despite the announcement of Panasonic’s 3D-printed 4K display and Sony’s flexible OTFT-driven roll-up screens, OLED is still shrouded in the sort-of lore and ambiguity that describes the incomprehensible technologies that you see in Hollywood renditions of government labs. The problem with its difficulty in

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25 Oct
B3dge @Build3dprinter
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25 Oct
SolidSmack @SolidSmack
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