T-OLED transparent displays for cars and more

Korea's NeoView Kolon has taken the wraps off its T-OLED technology, a transparent display that aims to bring the very cool touch-sensitive transcreens of "Minority Report" and "Avatar" from reel to real.

T-OLED technology
Akihabara News

We've seen see-through keypad panels on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness and LG GD900 Crystal. We've also seen the transparent touch screen on Samsung's IceTouch YP-H1 and laptop.

Now, Korean materials maker NeoView Kolon has taken the wraps off its T-OLED (transparent OLED) technology found on a transparent display that aims to bring the very cool touch-sensitive transcreens of "Minority Report" and "Avatar" from reel to real.

While the primary intent here is to allow drivers to view information on the go with minimal distractions (think traffic updates on the windshield), this technology could easily translate to any kind of display device.

NeoView Kolon unveiled a 2.4-inch transparent AMOLED for head-mounted displays at the recent FilmTech conference in Japan. It's just too bad there's no definitive word about making the T-OLED technology available anytime soon.

(Source: Crave Asia via Akihabara News)

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