Robert Heron and Patrick Norton share their first impressions of the brand new Vizio P Series Quantum TV on their latest AVexcel podcast. The home theater experts found a lot to like with Quantum Dot color, 2000 nit peak luminance and 192 zones of full array local dimming.
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Hitachi Chemical: A Quantum Dot Film with a Wider Color Gamut of Displays Adopted for VIZIO’s New 4K TVs
Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Hisashi Maruyama; hereinafter “Hitachi Chemical”) announces the adoption of its quantum dot*1 film with a wider color gamut*2 of liquid crystal displays for the new quantum dot “P-Series Quantum 65” 4K televisions (to be released in July 2018) produced by the American LCD manufacturer VIZIO, Inc. (Head Office: California, United States; CEO: William Wang; hereinafter “VIZIO”). This quantum dot film is designed to reduce the environmental load in accordance with the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive.
Our brand new lobby demo TV just arrived... take a little tour of the facility with us while we set it up and get a peek at the actual Quantum Dot materials used in the set! We think the 65 inch Vizio P Series Quantum looks amazing on our wall and it's a great showcase for the image quality benefits of our Quantum Dot technology.
ASUS and Acer both recently released their new 144hz Quantum Dot Gaming monitor. Both panels are able to deliver an incredible 1,000 nits of peak luminance and lifelike color thanks to the Quantum Dot technology inside. These monitors are among the first products to meet the VESA certified HDR1000 certification.
We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from both monitor reviews below.
Robert Heron and Patrick Norton discussed the next generation of Nanosys Quantum Dot TV tech on the latest AVexcel podcast.
"Back at Display Week 2018 a few weeks ago, Nanosys, the Quantum Dot masters here in California, they worked out a new technology called QDOG. Which was their Quantum Dot on Glass. One of the things about QDOG in particular was that they were able to produce the Quantum Dot material on a glass plane using printable technology, which was a big deal. It didn't require vacuum chambers and vapor deposition or things like that."
Philips just launched the world's first shipping monitor with the DisplayHDR 1000 certification, the Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB. Thanks to the Quantum Dots inside, this 43" monitor delivers 1,000-nits peak brightness with wide color gamut.
According to Anton Shilov, writing for Anandtech, "A major selling point of the display it its Quantum Dot-enhanced backlighting that enables it to cover an above-average 97.6% of the DCI-P3 color gamut as well as 100% of the sRGB color range... Apparently, Philips (just like ASUS, MSI, Samsung,and NVIDIA) believes that demand for large gaming-grade displays is about to skyrocket and it has a product that offers premium features at a moderate price."
Chris Chinnock, founder and president of Insight Media, breaks down all the Quantum Dot news from SID DisplayWeek 2018:
"Speakers from Nanosys gave several presentations, conducted a quantum dot workshop and had a booth on the tradeshow floor. They were clearly the most visible and pro-active quantum dot maker at SID this year."
ArmDevices caught up with Nanosys at SID 2018 for a deep dive, 30 minute interview on the future roadmap for Nanosys Quantum Dot technology.
"Jeff Yurek, Nanosys Director of Marketing at SID DisplayWeek 2018 in Los Angeles talks about the Quantum Dots which Nanosys has been developing since its founding in 2001. Jeff walks me through the company’s technology roadmap to explain how Quantum Dots can be used in displays of all types from LCDs to OLEDs to microLEDs and even emissive Quantum Dot displays of the future."
Samsung released their QLED line up earlier this year. According to Samsung, their flagship Q9FN delivers an incredible 2,000 nits of peak luminance and truly cinematic color thanks in part to the Quantum Dot technology inside.
We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from the Samsung QLED Q9FN reviews below.
The SID's DisplayWeek 2018 trade show is a wrap! It was a busy week for Nanosys with five featured presentations, several new technology demonstrations and a number of great new QD devices on display. In case you were not able to make it to Los Angeles we've pulled together a review of all the best Quantum Dot moments from last week's show.
This post is your one-stop-shop for all things Quantum Dot at DisplayWeek 2018 with detailed galleries, descriptions of demos and videos from Nanosys presentations.
Scott Wilkinson writing on AVS Forum giving an update on Nanosys Quantum Dot technology after visiting the Nanosys booth at SID DIsplay Week 2018.
"Nanosys is at the forefront of QD development, as the company clearly demonstrated at the Display Week 2018 conference this week... Quantum dots hold great promise for the future of flat-panel TVs and even microLED displays, and I look forward to bringing you all the latest QD news as I learn it."
DisplayWeek 2018 is only one week away!
Nanosys is getting ready for a busy week of talks and demonstrations of the latest Quantum Dot technology and materials innovations.
The company will exhibit at Booth 737 from May 21 to 23 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Nanosys executives will also participate in several technical talks and sessions throughout the week. Continue reading for a full list…
Phillips just launched the world's first monitor with the HDR 1000 Certification. The monitor is able to deliver an incredible 1,000 nits of peak luminance and 97.6% DCI-P3 thanks to the Quantum Dots technology inside.
New Quantum Dot products hitting the market always excites us so we've summed up some of the comments from different media sources below.
Vizio just announced one of the best, and brightest, Quantum Dot TVs of 2018. According to Vizio, their all-new P-Series Quantum flagship delivers an incredible 2,000 nits of peak luminance and truly cinematic color thanks in part to the Quantum Dot technology inside.
We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from the first Vizio P-Series Quantum reviews below.
David Savastano of Printed Electronics Now recently sat down with Nanosys and DIC executives to discuss their successful collaboration to develop ink jet printed Quantum Dots for displays. The breakthrough could change the way displays are made, bringing better efficiency and color to displays of all types from LCD to OLED to microLED. According to Russell Kempt, Nanosys Vice President of Sales and Marketing:
“We expect to see the first printed devices in the market within the next two years,” Kempt added. “Looking ahead, printed quantum dots can also help solve manufacturing yield issues for microLED displays, which today rely on a complex ‘pick and place’ process to create all three colors from millions of individual LEDs. With printed quantum dots we can simply the system, accelerating microLED technology’s path to market over the next couple of years.
This week on our blog, we weighed in on an important scientific debate. Are tennis balls green or yellow?
"According to tennis legend Roger Federer, tennis balls are very definitely yellow. He’s certainly an expert when it comes to tennis but how is his color accuracy? We applied some basic science to answer this important question once and for all. The answer might surprise you..."
Nanomaterials and quantum dot scientist and consultant, Pete Palomaki and co-author Matthew Bertram explain how different display nanotechnologies work in their latest blog post.
Bob Myers, writing for Android Authority, talks about the promising future of Quantum Dots for displays and how the technology can truly be a quantum leap for the display industry.
"It wouldn’t be at all surprising if quantum-dot displays — both LCD-based and those using QDs as basic emissive elements — become dominant across the electronic display industry in relatively short order. It’s actually quite possible that OLEDs, once hailed as the next big technology, could be bypassed without ever getting close to a majority share in the market.
Truly, a quantum leap for the industry."
The latest issue of IEEE Spectrum features an in-depth article, co-authored by Nanosys, on the exciting roadmap for Quantum Dot technology in displays. From enhancing LCDs to microLED integration to low cost, printed and flexible Quantum Dot displays, it's all here:
The future of the television set was supposed to be simple. At some point in the near future, LCDs were supposed to become obsolete and give way to bright, sharp, and incredibly thin OLED displays. It turns out that the near future of TVs isn’t going to be so simple—but it sure is going to be bright.
The reason? Quantum dots.