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."
Ever wonder why fireworks look so much better in person than on your TV? Guest blogger Allison Harn explains why fireworks are so vivid with a bit of chemistry and color science.
It turns out that many of the super saturated colors of a fireworks show fall well outside the even the massive UltraHD BT.2020 color gamut. It's great example of the kind of experiences that are possible as we push displays closer to reproducing the full capability of the human visual system. In the meantime, it's also a great reminder to leave your TV behind and get outside this Wednesday to see some fireworks in person!
In case you've missed us at the QLED & Advanced Display Summit in Hollywood, here is a quick recap of Nanosys at the event.
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."
The Nanosys dot-color blog takes a look at how 4K HDR broadcast is improving the World Cup viewing experience this year.
Over the next month, an estimated 3.4 billion (according to GlobalWebIndex) soccer fans will have an opportunity to watch World Cup games in 4K resolution with High Dynamic Range (HDR) and a wider palette of colors. This means the experience of watching the games on TV will be much closer to being at the stadium in person.
To get a sense of how impactful the change from HDTV to 4K HDR might be for World Cup soccer, I did a quick survey of the country colors for the 2018 World Cup’s top 10 teams according to CBS Sports’ most recent ranking.
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."
Nanosys VP of Sales and Marketing, Russell Kempt will be speaking about the future roadmap for Nanosys Quantum Dot technology at the 2018 QLED & Advanced Display Conference in Hollywood on June 27
For abstract and details, visit: http://www.displaysummit.com/quantum-dots-the-technology-platform-for-future-displays/
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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…
The Nanosys dot-color blogrecently launched a new weekly series called #WideColorWednesday. Each week they'll be doing a color gamut analysis of a new image, showing just how common true, "wide color gamut" colors are in the world around us.
Catch-up on the first couple of posts here and follow-along on twitter via @dot-color for future updates...
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.
"Without question, the best display Vizio has ever built... [the] P-Series Quantum enthralled with us with bursts of beautiful, bright colors that can only come from quantum dot panels."