Sony has developed a prototype display set which is able to produce high quality images, brightness, resolution and contrast, but can be displayed from a screen which is only 3-mm in depth. It works using super top emission technology combined with microcavity structure and color filters. In laymen's terms, this means that it can achieve picture clarity which can be viewed from many angles maintaining high resolution. The product uses organic light emitting diodes which have seen an increase in popularity from manufacturers. They draw less power than their liquid screen counterparts and can also be more easily manufactured. Organic light emitting diodes or OLEDs are printed onto objects like the inside of display screens and the future could be used for roll up displays and even clothes which can display images. But for now, Sony is looking to release the product at the end of 2007 and made it with mobile devices as well as home display units in mind.