What are Quantum Dots?
A QD is a nanoparticle.
Made of any semiconductor material such as silicon, cadmium selenide, or cadmium sulfide.
They are so small you could fit ten thousand of them into the width of a single strand of human hair.
They are tiny particles that are excited by light or electricity.
QD’s emit colours richer than anything currently possible with LED or OLED technology.
They are semiconductors; they can be controlled, or programmed.