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CES 2017 Recap: Quantum Dots Have the Industry Buzzing as Major Manufacturers Showcase Wide Color Gamut Displays; QLED Displays Emerge as New High-End CategoryOn 12 January 2017 |
Quantum dots were the buzz of the recent CES 2017 conference in Las Vegas. Major manufacturers including Samsung, TPV Philips, TCL and Hisense all showcased display products featuring quantum dots, which deliver a brilliant viewing experience for consumers. Samsung also furthered its commitment to quantum dot technology by dropping its SUHD brand and adopting the QLED brand, a new standard for high-end TVs and monitors, as a reflection of the company’s total commitment to cadmium-free quantum dots.
It’s been an “event full” fall for display at Nanoco as our team headed to a variety of conferences featuring the latest in display technology.
At both the Social of Motion Picture and Television Engineers’ (SMPTE) annual technical conference and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology’s 24th Annual Color and Imaging Conference (CIC), our ears were burning as conversations trended towards wide color gamut and working to improve methods to transition from smaller to larger gamuts while preserving the original quality and intent.
I recently had the pleasure to speak at the 2016 China International Display Conference, held in Shenzhen, China. The event brings together the global quantum dot (QD) field’s top experts and leading display customers to discuss the current state of quantum dot technology and the market, and its exciting prospects for the future.