Singapore-based Nanolumi unveiled several display prototypes that adopt the company's perovskite quantum dots films.
In the video above, you can see a 32" mini-LED display, a 24" edge-lit LCD monitor and a 10-inch tablet. The company says its cadmium-free films combine the industry's narrowest color spectrum.
All of these displays have been retrofitted with the company's perovskite films. The 32" monitor uses Nanolumi's green Chameleon G Film and red potassium fluorosilicate (KSF) and features a peak brightness of over 2,000 nits. The 24-inch monitor shows how the perovskite film can be used as a direct replacement for existing green emitters in the market. The 10-inch tablet features a blue backlight unit and Nanolumi's red-green perovskite QD color enhancement film on one half and no QD film on the other half for the demonstration.