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New launch of transparent OLED displays: LucidVue

20 April 2016

Crystal Display Systems are introducing a game changer in Transparent display technology: The LucidVue.

Based on Transparent OLED (‘TOLED’ Organic Light Emitting Diode) Technology, this is an inspiring evolution in display principles which eliminates the need for display lighting and showcase box. This development in technology creates so many more options for you to innovate in a world of display.

The LucidVue can improve brand impact, astound guests/customers, help you to set yourself apart from the competition or inspire the next generation. Possible applications for this new technology include; Retail Promotion, Hospitality, Exhibitions, Museum and Entertainment, Digital Signage and many more. 

CDS’s Technical Director: “This new genre of technology adds a further dimension to our transparent display offering, giving some real benefits for high end applications that require an emissive display, it will complement our existing range T-LCD panels”, says Tony Large. 

The TOLED displays are currently available in a 55” module and utilise the very latest production techniques, this self-emitting display enables a crisp image while also offering a high transmittance rate of around 45 percent.

The self-emissive pixels contain four sub pixels, Red, Green & Blue for generating vibrant colours, and the final sub pixel (which would typically be black) is now clear, facilitating the transparency.

Poly-silicon TFTs act as the switching method for the Active Matrix of OLED generating a sumptuously rich colour palette of over one billion colours, with a 180° viewing angle in both vertical and horizontal planes, delivering a clear visual to even a large audience.

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