Posts tagged Nanosys
SID Display Week 2017 - Thank You!

SID DisplayWeek is now in the rear view mirror and we've finally had a chance to catch our breath after another successful show. So we just wanted to just drop a note to say thank you to every one who visited Nanosys to participate in our Quantum Dot monitor giveaway challenge or just learn more about what's next for Quantum Dot technology.

If you missed the show this year, here's a quick look at some of the highlights from Nanosys...

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QLED Alliance Kicks Off in Beijing

Last week, the China Electronics Chamber of Commerce (CECC) kicked off the first QLED International Forum in Beijing, China. The CECC, which is a bit like China's CTA, brought together a group of leading TV manufacturers, supply chain partners and retailers to form an alliance with the goal of growing the worldwide market for QLED TVs.

Headlining the event were three of the world's top four TV brands: Samsung, Hisense and TCL. Each TV company committed to developing the QLED TV category and received an award for their current contributions to the QLED TV market.

Nanosys, the Quantum Dot company, joined to give an in-depth talk on the history of quantum dot technology, it's journey from the lab to today's QLED TVs and provide a look at where it's heading next.

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Nanosys Live from Samsung's 2016 SUHD Quantum Dot TV Launch Event

Samsung just launched their 2016 SUHD TV lineup in the US and Nanosys was on hand to tell the story behind the Quantum Dot technology that makes these sets so bright, colorful and power efficient.

We were honored to be invited by our partner Samsung to play a big part in the announcement. Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove jumped up on stage with the Samsung TV QA team during the technical keynote for a 10 minute clinic on Quantum Dots and the team had a blast fielding questions form the 100 or so assembled tech press in the hands on area. All in all a really exciting day for Nanosys and Quantum Dot technology!

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Could Quantum Dots improve night viewing?

Ray Soneira, the display expert behind DisplayMate, just posted a great, in-depth piece that looks at Apple's new Night Shift feature.

While Night Shift does work as advertised, Ray suggests that Quantum Dots may offer a better alternative for night viewing. Using data from the Quantum Dot-equipped Vizio R65, Ray shows that Quantum Dot displays can be tuned to reduce the amount of blue energy in the troublesome 460-480nm range just as much as Night Shift, while still delivering fantastic picture quality...

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DisplayWeek 2015 Wrap-up

Whew, DisplayWeek 2015 just wrapped-up in San Jose and it was another great show. Loaded, as always, with tons of display news. 

If you’re not familiar with DisplayWeek, it’s a unique event that’s sort like of an annual reunion for those in the business of making displays. It’s also been an unmatched source of display innovation news over the decades. TV technologies like LCD, Plasma, OLED, Quantum Dot and HD were all seen here first. Incredibly niche and geeky to the max but by far the best place to look for what’s coming next in the display-driven world of consumer electronics.

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Designing a disruptive display for the ASUS Zenbook NX500

Earlier this year ASUS came to Nanosys and 3M with a pretty audacious idea for a new product. They were looking for a way to build an ultrabook without making any tradeoffs in display quality, battery life or form factor. Could we help them achieve this wild goal using a disruptive new display technology we’d been developing called Quantum Dots?

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