The Secret Sauce That Goes Into an OLED High Def TV

UDC is one of a handful of companies pioneering OLED development and manufacturing techniques for the big boys such as Samsung, Sony, LG and of course, the US Department of Defense. No one's written about how they make these displays, panels that'll make up our next generation of super-slim HDTVs, until now. This week, when Gizmodo visited Universal Display Corporation's headquarters in Princeton, NJ for an exclusive tour of the factory, where they witnessed just how they make 'em.

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v1c1ous3911d ago

move over LCDs and Plasmas, make way for a cheaper, brighter, more responsive, thinner TV!

xaphanze3910d ago

and with less lifespan.

travelguy2k3910d ago (Edited 3910d ago )

is changing so fast these days, if the t.v's are cheap enough who cares.

Plasmas say they are good for what, 60,000 hours. At 4 hours a day thats like 41 years, or 20 years at 8 hours a day. So if the life span is half that of plasma, it will still last 10 - 20 years. at which point there will be new tech. out thats better anyway.