AUO makes panels for several big names, including Samsung and Apple, so we're always interested to see what they're up to. On show at FPD 2009, their 14-inch OLED TV panel does 1080p, and has a 100,000:1 contrast ratio.
Another of the treats on show at FPD 2009 is Samsung's AMOLED 3D TV prototype. The 240Hz panel is just 2.5-mm thick, has a million-to-1 contrast, and Samsung claims its latest shutter-glasses technology reduces the dizziness often associated with 3D.
I'm not sure how practical this design would be on the road, but it sure looks sweet. The stunning screen supports a resolution of 1366 x 768, and because it's AMOLED, has a 1000000:1 contrast ratio, and 300cd/m2 brightness.
The FPD (Flat Display Panel) show has kicked off over in Japan, so expect to see some cool display concepts this morning. First up: this transparent number, plus a few other AMOLED concepts in the video after the jump.
Buried amongst the piles of Newer! Bigger! Better! TVs, pico projectors and paper-thin, flapping OLED screens at FPD in Japan was an absolute gem: a folding OLED phone concept from Samsung. This isn't some half-assed, flat-to-sightly-bowed demo either: this thing folds over on itself completely. In its folded mode…