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Old 06-10-2016, 11:01 AM   #1
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Nanosys Sheds Light On Next-Gen Quantum Dot Displays

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Samsung in association with partner Nanosys from Milpitas, Calif. is looking to reshape our image of television using nano-scale particles, called quantum dots, to produce new ranges of color and brightness.

Recently, Samsung revealed it has been working in association with Nanosys to develop what it expects to be the new future of television display technologies called QLED. This technology is essentially a hybrid between Samsung’s SUHD Quantum Dot 4K Ultra HD HDR LED LCD TVs and OLED technology, now marketed by LG Electronics and others.

With the new approach, pioneered by Samsung and Nanosys, quantum dots will be applied to a self-emissive inorganic LED light source to produce QLED displays that are brighter, more efficient and more color accurate than LED and OLED TVs. In addition, Samsung is working on technologies for ink-jet like printing of these quantum dot substances to help reduce production costs.

Nanosys is also working on a new quantum dot film technology due next year called Hyperion, which will enable LED TVs to reach 90 percent of the very wide color gamut Rec. 2020 standard.
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Hasn't Sony been using the Quantum Dot for the last 5 years or something?
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Hasn't Sony been using the Quantum Dot for the last 5 years or something?
No. Sony does not used Quantum Dot technology in their 4KTVs. They use what they call a Triluminos Display, which means colored phosphors.
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No. Sony does not used Quantum Dot technology in their 4KTVs. They use what they call a Triluminos Display, which means colored phosphors.
Hmmm that's weird, because a Sony rep told me that.
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Hmmm that's weird, because a Sony rep told me that.
He told you a falsehood. No wheres is Quantum Dot used in their descriptions:

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Nanosys: New Quantum Dot 4K Ultra HDTV Flavors On The Way

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