Samsung Research Institute (SAIT) team with colleagues from Stanford University
A display with this pixel density canprovide a picture with stunning clarity of detail. In addition, they will be brighter and better at rendering colors than existing screens. Another advantage is lightness and reduced production costs.
The new OLED panels are called motophotonic by experts. They are made on a reflective base metal layer with nanoscale relief. This surface allows for the production of colors through resonance.
The new displays can be used in TVs, smartphones and virtual reality glasses.