Overview of LCD character and graphics displays made for extreme temperature environments such as industrial non-automotive transportation and military sectors.
The development directions of LCD and OLED display approaches, both destined for wearable display applications, and the state of the art in OLED displays.
In many cases, when designers think about using an organic light-emitting-diode (OLED) display, smartphones and TVs immediately come to mind.
The embedded world in which we live is collectively developed from thousands of varying MCUs and CPUs. In support of the free flow of data and information, many are interconnected and often wireless.
Organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays have been slow to catch on because of relatively high prices and restricted size. But a recent fall in cost and inherent power savings are bringing the technology to the attention of design engineers.