Mitsubishi is hoping OLED can put them back on the rear-screen projection map. Promoted as the world’s first scalable OLED screen technology, the system was revealed last October in Tokyo. Using its own driver electronics, Mitsubishi’s OLED features display modules that can connect with each other to form larger displays (almost any size and shape – they say even curves). Although not specifically a HomeAV product, for those of you out there doing restaurant and bars (as well as digital signage), you’ll find applications for giant indoor displays.
At ISE, they put the display together to make a 149” OLED. Unlike conventional LED systems, the OLED’s slim, lightweight construction means large screens can be installed on virtually any building surface. With a light output of 1500cd/m², Mitsubishi claims the production model will be several times brighter than an average LCD display, making it suitable for indoor applications in relatively brightly-lit areas – not for outdoor applications, however).
If you want to see it in action, go here: http://www.oled-display.net/mitsubishi-show-155-inch-oled-tv-consists-of-720-10-centimeter-square-panels