There’s a fascinating interview with Tetsuo Urabe of Sony’s Display Device Development Group on Sony.net
He and three others recently received the 55th Okochi Memorial Award for major contributions to the field of production engineering, including the development of production technology, and the implementation of advanced production methods. This was of course for their work on the development of the Sony XEL-1 OLED TV.
Some of the topics covered are:
- Creating an OLED Suitable for Television Use
- Successful Development of 13-inch OLED Display in 2001
- Challenges in Establishing Mass-production Technology
- Enhancing Japan’s Competitiveness with OLED
This interview is a must read for all OLED TV enthusiasts. Check it out at the link above.