Data Modul is set to present the latest in cutting-edge organic light emitting diode (OLED) display technology at Passenger Terminal Expo 2016, taking place on March 15-17, in Cologne, Germany.
The 55in device allows the user to display of a variety of content on a transparent glass surface, opening up a wide variety of new and innovative applications for industrial clients, including point-of-sale (POS) and point-of-interaction (POI) applications.
The content is displayed on a transparent OLED module that allows the user to simultaneously see an object behind the device. Black or dark content on the screen is clear and white or bright content is opaque. By using this effect, the module allows products behind the display screen to be explained and enhanced by the content shown.
OLEDs are self-emitting and do not require an additional light source. In contrast to the common display technologies, the OLED technology eliminates the need for an enclosure and backlight. Moreover, compared to LCD screens, the lightweight OLED can be manufactured with a much lower depth. The OLED’s image reproduction is more even than that of LCDs and the level of contrast is considerably higher.
The transparent OLED has a depth of only 1.6mm (0.06in). To increase the robustness of the display device, Data Modul offers the option of optical bonding with fully customized cover glass. As well as ensuring shock and vibration resistance of the display module, this process also further enhances the optical brilliance.
As an option, Data Modul’s clients can choose projected capacitive touch (PCAP) functionality by using mash-up sensors. Due to the high-class bonding, integration in customized frames or enclosures is not required but is possible.
Applications include large closets or wardrobes, refrigerators, POS/POI, the display of content on glass panels, product vitrines, product presentations and showrooms, and advertising in shop windows.
To learn more about the latest OLED technology from Data Modul visit stand 5010 at Passenger Terminal Expo 2016.