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Rosen ready to showcase superior screens
Despite larger dimensions, OLEDs weigh in at as little as 50 per cent of comparable LCD displays, making a 65” OLED similar in weight to that of a 32” LCD. Rosen is working to develop even larger display sizes.
As part of Rosen's complete range of OLED sizes, the 48”, 55” and 65” offerings will be the first production ready products in their respective categories when they are available in 2021.
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Rosen Aviation, a specialist in aviation display technology headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, has announced that new large format OLEDs will be made available in 2021. Sizes range from 48” to 65”, and there is potential for larger sizes as development progresses and availability increases.

Citing a recent formal partnership with J-OLED (Japan-OLED), Lee Clark, senior VP of strategy at Rosen says: “The availability of large OLED displays creates endless opportunities for Rosen and its valuable customers. With a complete size range, we are no longer forced to pick and choose based on customer requirements. Now we can offer a complete OLED solution for any application, saving our customers space and weight, while simultaneously offering their end-users the best picture imaginable.”

As part of Rosen's complete range of OLED sizes, the 48”, 55” and 65” offerings will be the first production ready products in their respective categories when they are available in 2021. Despite larger dimensions, OLEDs weigh in at as little as 50 per cent of comparable LCD displays, making a 65” OLED similar in weight to that of a 32” LCD. Lighter displays aim to significantly increase efficiency and offer new, dynamic applications for business aviation, commercial and V/VIP aircraft.

Benefiting the passenger experience, the picture quality generated by large format 4K/8K OLEDs will be significantly superior to that of LCDs, boasting contrast ratios of 1,000,000:1, HDR 500 True Black and WCG.

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