Orient Display: LCD History

OLED History

In 1888, liquid crystals were first discovered in cholesterol extracted from carrots by Austrian botanist and chemist, Friedrich Reinitzer. In 1969, twisted-nematic (TN) mode of operation was discovered, which gave LCD the first commercial success. Learn more.

What is OLED Display?

OLED, which stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, is a relatively new type of display for televisions, smartphones, and computer monitors. Learn more.

 

Orient Display: Capacitive Touch Panel (CTP) Technology Introduction 

How does OLED display work?

OLED display technology uses organic (carbon-containing) compounds that emit light when a current is passed through it. Learn more.