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Rotating display from SID ’05 Boston MA Transparent OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) by Dupont Please note how they appear as you see one through another as they rotate.
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Here is some serious French testosterone in a watch. Made for or influenced by the special, elite operations branch of the national French police known as RAID. The highly secretive special force is interesting because they often recruit people directly from the public, as opposed to existing police or military personnel. The purpose of the group as part of the national police, is to combat and investigate major crimes and terrorism. RAID stands for “Recherche Assistance Intervention Dissuasion.” In English, “Research, Assistance, Intervention, Deterrence.” They seem to kick enough ass to get a watch made for them with their logo on it.
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Former DuPont chemist pleads guilty to theft
A former DuPont chemist faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing trade secrets. Federal authorities said Tuesday that 43-year-old Hong Meng waived an indictment and pleaded guilty to one count of theft of trade secrets.
DuPont develops printing process for OLED next-gen displays
Dupont has developed a printing process that can produce large OLED displays in less than 2 minutes.
DuPont prints 50-inch OLED Displays
DuPont Displays has developed a new printing process for OLED displays that could bring down the cost of OLED TVs soon. DuPont is using a Printer from Japanese Dainippon Screen to print a 50-inch OLED screen in under 2 minutes. …
50-inch DuPont OLED display printed in under two minutes
DuPont have made good on their promise of super-fast printed OLED displays, announcing that they have created a 50-inch OLED panel in under two minutes. The system â€“ which began development back in May 2008 â€“ uses a special Dainippon printer and DuPontâ€™s third-generation OLED inks, and promises not only larger panels than weâ€™ve seen to date, but cheaper ones too. OLED displays are increasingly …
OLED televisions are notoriously expensive and difficult to make; but like all technologies there is always someone working on making the technology cheaper. DuPont recently announced the development of a new process that prints OLED screens in sheets, much like a inkjet prints on paper.
This means that DuPont could possibly produce a 50-inch screen in under two minutes, resulting in a product that is cheap and reliable. Of course, this technology is in it’s infancy so there’s really not much information about when we should expect to see these new screens, and DuPont hasn’t had much to say on the subject. It’s a pretty safe bet that we won’t see these any time before summer 2011.
[via Technology Review]
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Right now LG’s 15-inch OLED TV is the cheapest you can get — but at about $2,500 it won’t be rocking too many peoples’ lives. We’ve heard promises of dropping costs thanks to printed displays for ages now, but never on a scale like this. DuPont has teamed up with Dainippon Screen to create a printing technique capable of line-feeding a 50-inch display in just two minutes. Two minutes! The printer is likened to a high precision garden hose, flying over the display surface at a speed of five meters per second depositing that good, good OLED juice in just the right places with nary a drip or an unwanted sprinkle. DuPont Displays President William Feehery says the technique “is worth scaling up” and could compete on cost with LCDs while delivering a 15-year lifespan. That’s not quite the 100 years they promised us last time, but we’ll take it. No word on when, or if, this technique will actually be deployed en masse.
DuPont can print a 50-inch OLED TV in two minutes, you’ll be waiting a little longer originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 17 May 2010 13:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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