It is reported that at the 2018 International Information Display Conference (IMID) held in Seoul, South Korea, Samsung Display exhibited next-generation display technology including ultra-large 8K display and vibration display.
Samsung’s slogan is “Optimized OLED for the 5G era“, exhibiting surreal products, allowing people to enjoy the upcoming cutting-edge media content such as virtual reality (VR) and holograms in the 5G era. At the same time, Samsung Display also demonstrated a 1200 ppi ultra-high resolution VR display on an organic light-emitting diode (OLED), enabling users to experience three-dimensional images of the light field display (LFD) on the screen without wearing 3D glasses. And the combination of augmented reality (AR) and 3D “AR LFD” technology.
It is particularly important to note that a haptic display (HoD) technique is also introduced which allows the user to feel the vibration of the display with his fingers. This is because the touch sensor is loaded in the display. The sensor delivers vibration to the screen, allowing the user to have more fun while playing the smartphone. At the same time, it also showed the progress of OLED full-screen technology, as well as fingerprint recognition technology and sound built-in technology.
In addition, the company demonstrated 82-inch and 65-inch large-size 8K liquid crystal display (LCD) panels for 8K TVs, the highest resolution TV on the market for IT, with 15.6-inch ultra-high resolution (3840) *2160) OLED products, and 49-inch display products with a 32:9 screen ratio.