eMagin uses OLED displays to project the equivalent of a 105-inch screen 12 feet away.
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Company says the technology could be built into a standard DLP television for less than $20. Photo: Putting the 3D in TV
You've read about the high-def TVs on display at CES. But what about the bass subwoofer that digs into the back of your skull?
The company will include a color OLED display in its next digital camera, adding to the short list of products that already use the next-generation technology.
Japan's top auto parts maker will use Kodak's organic light technology in the devices it makes for dashboards. So far, the technology has been used in cell phones and pagers.