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Home > Press > Optical Film & Coating Products in Display Industry Examined in New NanoMarkets Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

Abstract:
OLED displays are presenting a strong long-term market for film makers as OLEDs begin to take market share from traditional LCD strongholds such as mobile displays and televisions. Like LCDs, OLEDs will use antiglare/antireflection films, but their success will also boost certain kinds of specialist films. One opportunity is films designed to increase the color uniformity of OLEDs at wider viewing angles. Another is certain kinds of polarizer films that improve the bright light readability of OLEDs.

Optical Film & Coating Products in Display Industry Examined in New NanoMarkets Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

London, UK | Posted on October 31st, 2012

New market research report "Markets for Optically Functional Films and Coatings in Displays - 2012" prepared by NanoMarkets is created to provide in-depth analysis and forecast of the opportunities and challenges for emerging optically functional films used in displays during the next eight years. It examines the latest market strategies, products and technical developments in the sector, as well as identifies how performance improvements are growing some addressable markets for different types of displays. The assessments of the strategies of the leading or influential firms at play in the optically functional coating/film universe are also included. Furthermore, the study is supplemented with granular eight-year forecasts of optical films and coatings in both volume (by area coated) and value terms, with breakouts by film type and display type.

Among the end-use display markets covered in the report are: LCDs, OLEDs, e-paper displays, and plasma displays, broken out by mobile computing devices (smartphones, tablets, notebooks, etc.), TVs, computer monitors, and others.

Optical film/coating products covered in the study include: antiglare/antireflection, color/contrast enhancement, privacy films, reflectors, diffusers, prism and brightness enhancement films, reflective polarizers, multifunctional BLU films, and polarizer films.

Report Details:

Title: Markets for Optically Functional Films and Coatings in Displays - 2012

Published: September, 2012

Pages: 107

Price: US$ 2,495.00

marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/semiconductors/markets-4-optically-functional-films-n-coatings-in-displays-2012.html

More Market Research Reports by NanoMarkets Include:

OLED Lighting Materials Market Forecast 2013
Advanced Glazing Systems Markets 2012
Building Attached Photovoltaics Markets - 2012

More new market research reports by NanoMarkets can be found at marketpublishers.com/members/nanomarkets/info.html

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