DuPont is upping its investment in the organic television and phone imaging market – one that is expected to exceed $44 billion by 2020 – with the opening of a new production facility in Newark.
The plant will manufacture materials to create large-format Organic Light Emitting Diode, or OLED, displays. OLED displays are used in large-screen televisions, mobile phones and computers to create a brighter, more vivid and longer-lasting images.
Avula said DuPont’s investment in the market could one day help consumers spend less money on large-screen televisions. Currently, such televisions cost between $2,000 and $2,500.
I’ve been watching this technology unfold for years! And someday we’ll be able to roll up our TVs and put them in shipping tubes. But in the big picture, the application can save manufactures millions in packaging and shipping. And for consumers WOW what a technology ! As for new jobs (additional), not so fast. This technology “will” reduce labor currently being use in assembling plants, parts suppliers and raw materials used to make plastics that currently encases TVs.
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This video was made in 2010 ! WOW!
Folks great place to invest your $$$$$$$$$$$