US researchers are claiming the largest flexible colour OLED display using mixed oxide thin-film transistors – a 7.4in device for the US Army, writes Steve Bush.
An economically scalable route to high-volume manufacture of flexible OLED displays is the objective of programme kicked off by two European labs, writes Steve Bush.
Were we not promised super-thin bendable, flexible and rollable organic LED (OLED) displays? Phones like Samsung’s Galaxy and HTC’s Desire have shown us that the rigid versions can deliver stunning images. So where are those flexies?
The EU has kicked off a project to make large-area OLED lighting modules with built-in intelligent light management, writes Steve Bush.
Here is an exhaustive feature on the topic of alphanumeric displays, written by our Technology Editor Steve Bush.
CDT has eliminated expensive indium tin oxide (ITO) from organic lighting panels, replacing it with a fine copper mesh, writes Steve Bush.
OLED lighting got a boost today when Osram, Philips, BASF and Aixtron confirmed the German Government is to fund a research project, writes our technology editor, Steve Bush.
Osram has introduced the first OLED lighting product. Called Orbeos, the warm white area emitter is 80mm diameter, 2.1mm thick and weighs 24g, writes our Technology Editor, Steve Bush.