A pleasant surprise at this year’s CEATEC: TDK’s two passive matrix mini OLED panels, one of which is transparent and the other bendable (like the one Sony showed earlier this year). What’s cool is that both prototypes are showcased as black-and-white and color models.
You can see both displays in action in the videos I took at the exhibition below. → Read More
It was first shown to the general public back in February, and now LG gave us some more concrete info about their LG-GD900, which is – according to LG – the world’s first cell phone featuring a transparent keypad. The aptly (code-)named Crystal is due out in as much as 40 different countries starting next month already. → Read More
At the Sign & Display Show 2008 in Tokyo (that ends tomorrow), a company called Teraokaseiko [JP] is exhibiting a transparent touch display, based on an inorganic electroluminescent panel, that can be operated by touching either side of the display. Teraokaseiko’s self-developed orange-colored monochrome panel features a resolution of 256 × 120. While the display has a transmittance of… → Read More