Comprehensive OLED TV Informations Now Available Via TV-OLED.CH
TV OLED created a website that communicates and provides the latest news about the OLED technology.
Zurich (I-Newswire) August 18, 2012 - Television sets have truly come a long way. It used to be a big and square object found in living rooms that offer a few programs in black and white. Now it is one of the most advanced piece of furniture a household can ever own.
With great leaps in research on imaging technology, televisions are now positioned to carry OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screens. But most people are not aware of the difference or what the technology is all about. Thus the website, www.tv-oled.ch , was launched. It aims to educate the public on what OLED TV is all about, its benefits, what it can do, and why it is the next great thing to happen in technology.
With archives from March of 2011, the website provides up-to-date OLED TV informations that can help consumers further understand this technology. They also provide articles on technology and innovation companies that are now doing research and showing interest to make OLED TV a reality such as Apple, Samsung, LG, and Microsoft. The website also provides articles that give foresight information as to what OLED technology can do beyond screens.
Due to the benefits of OLED, it is said that this can also be applied to light bulbs and other light fixtures such as light displays. One laudable benefit of OLED technology is energy efficiency which in effect can lead to cheaper energy consumption. In terms of viewing experience, watching from an OLED TV is crisper and brighter, making consumers appreciate their shows more.
Latest news such as the So-Light Project is also communicated in the website. This project was spearheaded by 11 German companies to further push the use of OLED technology. Their goal is to create a buzz and encourage German institutions to take a good look on this technology and what it can do for their operations and the environment in general. This project alone has a budget of 14.7 million euros that will be used to manufacture OLED screens in three years.
But more than just the regular consumer, it is also a great resource for tech writers, editors, and environmental enthusiasts to further arm themselves with the latest news on all things OLED. The website also provides a comments section wherein people can interact and discuss this amazing topic.
Check out the website at www.tv-oled.ch for more information.
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Published On:August 18, 2012
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