The July/August 2019 edition of InformationDisplay magazine has a great write-up on some of the best, most interesting demonstrations from the annual SID DisplayWeek show. It’s great to see the Hisense-Nanosys Dual-Cell Quantum Dot LCD demo featured here. This was an impressive demo at the show and we look forward to seeing the technology in consumers’ hands soon.Read More
2019 was a great year at SID Display Week for Nanosys. The company showcased the latest Quantum Dot display innovations and even picked up a People’s Choice Award for Best Large Booth. For those who missed it, we’ve pulled together a few of the best photos & videos so you can catch up on everything we presented at the show.Read More
The recent 8K Display Summit featured presentations from a broad range of 8K ecosystem participants including film makers, camera makers, display technology companies, human vision research, codec developers, and more. Almost too much information to process in one day! Fortunately, Joe Cox of WhatHifi? put together a great, super detailed breakdown of all the presentations from the event.Read More
Ken Werner, writing for DisplayDaily about the recent 8K Display Summit 2019 in New York City. The event featured presentations and demonstrations that showed the potential for 8K to deliver more lifelike experiences. Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove presented along with Cinematographer Phil Holland, who recently collaborated with Nanosys on our short film “Quantum Flows”. Ken’s detailed piece includes a number of great quotes from image quality and display technology experts in attendance and is well worth a read.Read More
By Chris Chinnock, Insight Media
Quantum Dots are amazing particles. They can emit light when pumped with higher energy light (photoluminescent). They can emit electrons when pumped with light (photoelectric) and they can emit light when pumped with electrons (electroluminescent). I want to talk about this latter use, ELQDs, in this article.Read More
Sweta Dash, writing for DisplayDaily:
Nanosys received a DisplayWeek People’s Choice award for showcasing varieties of QD displays including a Hisense ULED XD TV (using a dual cell LCD panel and Nanosys QD technology). The product is expected to be available in 2020… Nanosys showed a Vizio P series Quantum X, 3000 nits TV, Samsung 82-inch QLED 8K QD TV, BOE’s QD notebook and HP’s QD gaming monitors. The company is working with highly efficient InP QDs in collaboration with LG Display to develop emissive QD display and presented a paper at the conference.Read More
Ken Werner, writing for DisplayDaily, on Nanosys demo of the Hisense ULED XD at DisplayWeek 2019
“Dual-cell LCD TV Panels were on display in the Display Week booths of several panel makers… The technology can produce OLED-like performance at low and medium luminance, and LCD-like performance at high luminance. The initial concerns have been cost and power consumption.
In its booth, Nanosys showed a prototype of the Hisense ULED XD TV using a dual-cell panel and Nanosys quantum dots. The set looked startlingly good, as did the dual-cell panels showed by BOE and CSOT. But this was a full-up TV set, not just a panel, and Hisense has told Jeff Yurek of Nanosys that the set will be available for sale in 2020.”Read More
Nanosys was honored to win the People’s Choice Award for Best Large Booth at the Society for Information Display’s (SID) DisplayWeek 2019 conference being held this week in San Jose, CA.
Nanosys joins an elite group of companies including AUO, BOE and LG Display in accepting People’s Choice Awards at DisplayWeek this year. Thousands of global visitors participated in the vote to choose their favorite exhibits and display products at the show.Read More
Bob Raikes, writing for DisplayDaily on Nanosys SID DisplayWeek presence:
“…a demonstration by Nanosys of its electrically emissive QDs which are now available in a range of colours and it planned to give a paper on this topic with its development partner. It was the identity of this partner that was the surprise - it's LG Display. Of course, the promise of QDs is compelling. The materials might replace OLED materials, but with better colour, higher brightness and longer lifetime, without burning. The paper was still to be presented when I wrote this, but we'll come back to this topic, without doubt.”Read More
April 24, 2019, Milpitas, Calif. —Nanosys, Inc., the Quantum Dot company, today announced that it will showcase the latest advances in the company’s Quantum Dot technologies and materials at the 2019 Society for Information Display (SID) DisplayWeek International Symposium being held from May 12 to 17, 2019.
The company will report technology and materials innovations, as well as exhibit a variety of prototypes and concept devices to demonstrate the benefits of its Quantum Dot technologies and high-performance materials during SID DisplayWeek 2019. The company will exhibit at Booth 1428 from May 14 to 16 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.Read More
Pete Palomaki, writing for DisplayDaily, on Nanosys’ keynote address at the recent 2019 Quantum Dots Forum:
“The conference was kicked off by Nanosys CEO, Jason Hartlove, who donned a unique name card - a flexible EL-QLED display using their InP QDs. Pretty slick marketing that points to the fact that, in principle, QDs can do anything OLED can do.”Read More
In case you missed it, we’ve just posted a video of Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove’s entire keynote Presentation at this year's co-located Quantum Dots Forum & Phosphor Global Summit. His talk covered advancements in next generation quantum dot technology, emerging innovations, and shared opportunities that could benefit the entire opto-electronic industry. Hartlove also showed Nanosys’ first public demonstration of a printed, flexible, heavy metal free emissive Quantum Dot display.Read More
In anticipation of his Keynote Presentation at this year's co-located Quantum Dots Forum & Phosphor Global Summit, Jason Hartlove, President and CEO at Nanosys, offers an exclusive preview of the information that will be shared this March in La Jolla - including advancements in next generation quantum dot technology, emerging innovations, and shared opportunities that could benefit the entire opto-electronic industry.Read More
Join Dr. Nahyoung Kim, Nanosys Senior Scientists, at OLED Korea to learn about the technology roadmap of Quantum Dots and how Quantum Dots can help simplify the manufacturing process of OLEDs in order to reduce cost while improving color and viewing angle performance.Read More
Here’s a short recap of all Nanosys Quantum Dot news at CES 2019 in case you’ve missed us!Read More
Olivia Tambini, writing for CNET on everything that Hisense announced at CES 2019, including the new Quantum Dot-powered H9F and U9F series. These sets will be available in May and start at $699 for a 55”:
“H9F and U9F series Android TVs: These step-up models offer improved image quality specs, thanks to quantum dot technology. The H9F (May, $700 for 55-inch and $1,000 for the 65-inch) has 150 dimming zones and gets up to 1,000 nits in brightness, while the U9F (June, available only in a 75-inch size for $3,500) has a whopping 1,000+ zones and 2,200 nits of peak brightness.”Read More
“As quantum-dot costs fall, added Kempt of quantum-dot supplier Nanosys, “it is now becoming possible for set makers to waterfall the technology across their product lineups.” As a result, by the end of 2018, “we’re beginning to see quantum-dot technology entering the mainstream market for TVs with several 65-inch TV products available below $1,500.”Read More
Join Nanosys at SPIE Photonics West for an update on Quantum Dots for displays with Dr. ZhongSheng Luo, Nanosys Director of Applications Engineering.Read More
Luke Larsen, writing for Digital Trends on HP’s Omen X Big Format Gaming Monitor. The display, which was a collaboration with NVIDIA, features Quantum Dot technology for blazing speed, color and brightness.
“The HP Omen X Emperium 65 isn’t just a concept. The display goes on sale in February. Acer and Asus have similar 65-inch BFGDs of their own, though the Omen is the first you’ll be able to buy… You can thank the quantum dot technology used in the LCD for those amazing colors. It’s a visual feast all around.”Read More
Patrick Moorhead, writing for Forbes on HPs big display news at CES 2019. The company launched a world’s first QDOG monitor, the Pavilion 27, which will ship in March for $399 along with a massive 65” Quantum Dot gaming “monitor”:
“HP Inc. announced a new slate of immersive displays for its Pavilion laptop line. The one that I’m most excited about is the HP Pavilion 27 Quantum Dot, which I believe is the first Quantum Dot on glass display in the world, featuring a billion plus viewable colors. At 6.5mm wide, it’s the company’s thinnest display to date…”Read More