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Transparent Oled Buy [PORTABLE]


Amaze customers, increase sales: Innovative OLED technology combined with multitouch for effective use at the point of sale, information and entertainment. The semi-transparent POLARIS OLED touchscreen displays can be easily installed in walls or tables, used as a stand-alone solution or as a transparent video wall.




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The main component of the POLARIS system is the innovative OLED technology by LG. It offers not only vivid colours and a wide viewing angle, but also an impressive transparency of 38 % - dark image contents appear transparent and bright image contents opaque. This allows objects or even entire rooms behind the panel to be included in the content and set in scene.


The transparent display becomes a fully fledged interactive touch screen via an integrated IR touch frame. Thus customers can easily inform or even infotain themselves about the product staged behind the transparent touch screen.


Get started right away: The touch screen content management software AppSuite is preinstalled on your POLARIS transparent multitouch display. New apps and updates can be conveniently downloaded from eyefactive's online AppStore for customizable touch screen software.


  • Want to get your transparent OLED up and running fast? This transparent OLED development kit is shipped ready to go, so all you have to do is apply power via the included USB cable. Then you're ready to get down to the fun part of creating. This kit ships assembled and loaded with some demo code that can be modified or replaced with your own. Includes: Transparent OLED display

  • CFA10105 breakout board

  • Seeeduino (Arduino clone that is 3.3v/5v switchable)

  • Jumper wires

  • Micro-USB cable



The first OLED devices were constructed with a metallic cathode, so the light generated in the device exited through the glass substrate (i.e. the anode side of the device). With the invention and development of a transparent cathode, the light can exit through both sides of the device. In addition, when the device is turned off, the device can be transparent.


With the same proprietary cathode that is used for transparent OLEDs, TOLED technology can be employed for use in top-emitting OLEDs. In a top emission OLED, as shown in Figure C, the anode and cathode work together to form an optical cavity, emitting light away from the substrate and the backplane, increasing the aperture ratio of the display. This is very good for mobile devices and screens where you can turn the display to ensure the best viewing angle, as it increases the light output and increases display efficiency at normal viewing angles.


OLED technology enables thin, efficient and bright displays and lighting panels. OLEDs are currently used in many mobile devices, some TVs and lighting fixtures. OLED displays offer a better image quality compared to LCD or Plasma displays - and can also be made flexible and transparent.


Several companies develop transparent OLED (also referred to as T-OLED) technologies. While there's no inherent technology barrier towards transparent OLED displays, finding actual applications for such displays is not easy.


As of 2021, LG Display is producing 55-inch transparent OLED panels (used mostly in signage and commercial settings) while other companies produce small (around 1-2 inch in size) transparent PMOLED display. In April 2013 we posted a review of Futaba's 2" 160x128 transparent PMOLED panel - which could be an interesting read even if this specific display is no longer in production.


OLED technology can be used to make lighting panels - these are thin, area-lit and efficient lighting panels, that can be made transparent. Unlike displays, transparent OLED lighting panels have more immediate applications (embedded in windows, for example). In April 2012 we posted our hands-on review with a transparent Tabola OLED lighting panel sample. As the OLED lighting market in general is still at an early stage, we do not see actual adoption and production of transparent OLED lighting.


OLED-Info offers a comprehensive Transparent OLED Market Report which gives all the information you need to understand this market and the future of transparent OLEDs. The report explains:


LG Display is producing 55" transparent OLED panels for some years, mostly targeting signage (commercial) applications. According to a report from Korea, LGD is in talks with LGE regarding the launch of a consumer transparent OLED TV.


K-Pop powerhouse SM Brand Marketing has opened a new flagship store in Seoul, called KWANGYA. Teaming up with LG Display, SM installed 33 transparent OLED panels, spread out across the entire floor to show videos and images from KWANGYA's universe.


LGD shows its 55" 38% transparency FHD transparent displays, that actually has been adopted for subway windows before. Interestingly, LGD has also unveiled a new transparent OLED display - a smaller 30" display that offers higher transparency - 45%. You can see both of these displays in the video above.


LGD says that the loss was due to weak demand for TV and IT displays, coupled with supply chain issues and the lockdowns in China. LGD says it plans to continue and reduce its LCD TV business, and to stop LCD production in Korea in 2023, earlier than expected before. The company will focus instead on OLED TV panels and the automotive market, and will aim to open up new markets for transparent and gaming OLEDs.


This transparent displays market report provides a great introduction to transparent OLED and MicroLED technologies and covers everything you need to know about the market and industry now and in the future. This is a great guide for anyone who's thinking about adopting transparent displays in their products or that wants to understand this industry and market throughout.


OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, a technology that eliminates the need for a backlight or enclosure. Standard Transparent LCD screens require backlighting to create a visible image, whereas Transparent OLED screens are made up of millions of pixels that each emit their own individual light. This opens up a whole new field of creativity in digital signage that even transparent LCD screens cannot offer. Unlike Transparent LCD screens, Transparent OLED screens display black content as transparent instead of white content. This puts a different spin on the merchandising process, offering new ways to communicate in an imaginative way with your audience.


The key to this project is a pair of transparent CrystalFonts OLED displays, just like the ones [Sean Hodgins] recently used to produce his gorgeous volumetric display. In fact, [Kevin] says it was his success with these displays that inspired him to pursue his own project. With some clever PCB design, he came up with some boards that could be manufactured by OSH Park and put together with jewelry box hinges. Small flexible circuits, also from OSH Park, link the boards and allow the frames to fold up when not being worn.


Transparent OLED technology is not new, of course. Back in 2018 LG was showing off a prototype TV that used one of the early transparent OLED panels. In the video that is embedded after the break, [Linus] from Linus Tech Tips goes hands-on with that LG prototype while at LG in South Korea, while including a number of crucial details from an interview from one of the engineers behind that panel.


Clear screens are no longer a thing of the Sci-Fi world! The Qwiic Transparent OLED HUD is SparkFun's answer to all of your futuristic transparent HUD needs. Designed for use in vehicle heads-up displays, this OLED panel is brilliant in the dark but easily visible in daylight. The display is "area colored" meaning that while no one segment can change colors, there are different colored segments on the display.


Osaka, Japan - Panasonic Corporation today announced the commercialization of a 55-inch transparent OLED display module that boasts high image visibility, with plans to release it globally, starting from the Japanese and Asia-Oceania markets*1 in the beginning of December 2020.


As the display panel is see-through, objects behind it are still visible allowing a variety of image presentations such as display of images over actual objects in the background. With such a unique feature, the transparent OLED display is attracting a great deal of attention as a next-generation visual display device capable of enhancing the value of spaces.


The new product uses a self-illuminating transparent OLED display panel that does not require a backlight. Measuring less than 1 cm in thickness at the display section, the ultra-thin display panel offers high transparency and renders high-quality pictures with vivid colours. The dimming unit originally developed by Panasonic adjusts the amount of light passing through the panel in order to maintain high contrast and clearly display images even in an environment brightly lit by outside lights (TP-55ZT110). The product is provided in a highly versatile modular specification*2 to enable flexible installation not only in homes but also in various other places including commercial complexes, transit advertisements and public facilities. What's more, multiple panels can be adjoined to display images on a larger screen*3.


From 2016, Panasonic showcased prototype transparent displays at trade shows and exhibitions held in various countries around the world, such as IFA (Germany), CES (U.S.A.), Milano Salone (Italy), China International Import Expo (China) and CEATEC (Japan). During those years, the company continuously evolved the technology whilst also exploring marketability. Panasonic has decided to commercialise this transparent display module in response to positive feedback and expectations that that such a transparent display would bring breakthroughs to image expressions and presentations against the backdrop of advanced communication infrastructure, such as 5G, and accelerated diversification of content.


The organic light emitting diodes arranged to configure each pixel on the transparent OLED display panel emit light on their own, so the display panel renders vivid, high-quality images without using a backlight. Furthermore, its wide viewing angle enables clear viewing of the displayed image even from an oblique angle. The transparent display panel is suitable as digital signage (electronic signboard) and also for displaying images in a large space such as a show window. The display section measures less than 1 cm (55ZT100: 3.8 mm, 55ZT110: 7.6 mm) in thickness. The ultra-thin display panel blends in and harmonises with the surroundings just like a sheet of glass. All parts and members inside the display module are bonded precisely in a vacuum to minimise the reflection loss and improve the transparency. 041b061a72


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