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  • Writer's pictureSaurabh Saxena

Transparent Oled display

We have already heard about transparent displays, so what is new about this OLED Display. One might have seen transparent screens at airport or exhibitions, but the screen required a backlight or an enclosed space, to make the pixels visible, and that is called Standard Transparent LCD Screens.

OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode. It is a technology that does not require backlighting, instead the pixels emit their own light. It also do not require any enclosure or covering so as to see pixels. It is a new development in display technology. A person can see what is on the screen and behind the screen too. It is like any other monitor or TV screen on which any interactive or dynamic content can be played.

Unlike Transparent LCD screens, transparent OLED screens display black content as transparent instead of white content.


Transparent OLED screens along with Pro Display Touch Frames to create touch enabled interactive transparent screens.

We have seen its features till now, let us talk about specifications and applications.

  • High contrast ratio

  • High speed response

  • High transmittance

  • FHD resolution (1920 x 1080)

  • Viewing angle free

  • Low power consumption

  • DE (Data enable) mode

  • The interface (10 lanes @ 1920 x 1080 60Hz) of LVDS

  • Diagonal screen sizes – 55″ maximum size


Applications to this technology is limited by one's own limitations. It can be easily used at any public place to gather attraction of visitors, like museums, parks, exhibitions, parties, etc. It can be made interactive thanks to touch support.

One exciting application that I would like to talk about it is that, it can be used as windows or separators of a room that can be switched to be a transparent glass to an opaque screen. See the video below:


Augmented Reality, rest many of you can understand, how such displays play great role in Augmented and Mixed Reality applications.

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