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(PhysOrg.com) -- A British firm's quantum dot technology will be used for flat screen TVs and flexible screens, according to the company’s chief executive. The quantum dots will be in use for ultra thin, light flat screen TVs by the end of next year, and, in another three years, will be used in flexible screens rolled up like paper or used as wall coverings. The company, Nanoco Group, is reportedly working with Asian electronics companies to bring this technology to market. Here come the quantum dot TVs and wallpaper
Displays Nanoco’s CFQD® quantum dots offer enhanced colour, energy efficiency, and seamless integration into existing production processes LCD displays have become the interface of choice between people and their devices, from smartphones to large screen televisions. Continuous improvement in the quality of these displays, therefore, is a key demand for companies that market such products.
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