The evolution of technology in the field of electronics is happening very fast. Samsung Electronics Company, a global player in the field of home entertainment and consumer devices from South Korea is one of the leaders in coming up with innovative products. At the 2013 International Consumer Electronic Show ‘CES’ they unveiled the world’s very first Curved OLED TV. It is not an experimental concept aimed only at being different but it provides a much improved crystal-clear depth to the visual content when compared to regular LED TVs. The new product and design provides a life like viewing experience and is easier on the eye.
The Concept Will Not Be Taken Up for Commercial Production Soon
The viewing experience on the OLED TV is superior because it creates a panorama effect. The difference is more pronounced when you are watching scenes from natural environment and expansive landscapes. These televisions are capable of delivering a truly immersive viewing experience. It is one of the most innovative concepts that Samsung has produced and are still working on perfecting it. It will be some time before the concept can be made ready for commercial production. LG Electronics, another electronics giant from South Korea is also working on the concept and had unveiled their version of a 55 inch OLED TV along with Samsung at last year’s CES. They have now come up with world’s first curved 3D OLED TV.
Samsung Has Successfully Optimized the Picture Quality
The electronic companies are studying the reaction of the consumers to the new concept. They are test marketing the concept by displaying the product prominently at electronic shows. The curved OLED TV offers more viewing angles to the viewers. The feeling the viewer gets is that he is surrounded by the content being shown on TV. Samsung’s R&D team has been successful in optimizing the picture quality of this product and as a result has been able to deliver a very comfortable viewing experience. The viewing experience is easy on the eye because the curved panel allows the distance between the user and TV screen to be the same from almost any angle. We can expect more improvements before the concept is taken up for commercial production.