The march towards an OLED future continues. As usual, the transition to yet another display technology is eagerly anticipated but fraught with obstacles. So exciting!
One of the things they’ve been working out is the materials to be used for tinting the light red, green, or blue in various amounts. They’ve got good materials for red and green, but until some scientists at Pusan University in South Korea announced they’d found a blue one today, that color was created using a less efficient process (probably less pure blue, requiring compensation in light amount or something). Not exactly world-changing news, but it’s good to know my future OLED TV won’t be comprimising on color in the first generation.