Display developer eMagin sees high material costs keeping OLEDs from displacing LCDs

In a lecture at Columbia University, Amal Ghosh, VP of Display R&D at eMagin, reported many recent improvements in his company’s OLED-based microdisplays. The top-emitting structure of eMagin’s SVGA+ active matrix displays allows it to use OLED-on-silicon technology – allowing it to build control el...

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