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Thinner Than Paper OLED


“If you thought OLEDs were thin already, researchers at the Universal Display Corporation (whose factory we visited last year) have made a flexible display that’s positively anorexic. The ultra-thin metal foil screen is less than 50 micrometers thin, which means it’s even thinner than a sheet of A4 paper. The UDC folks also claimed that their new invention exceeds the industrial target of 1,000 hours and the lifetime of conventionally sealed glass packaged OLEDs”…. <More>

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OLED Toothbrush, OLED Shutters, OLED Future?

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The Research Institute of Organic Electronics gives us a list and video of the future of OLEDs in our daily lives….<More>

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Thin, Bendable, Organic Screens Gadgets Are Almost Here!

The future of tech in just one word: plastics

“In the 2002 movie “Minority Report,” director Steven Spielberg painted the future as a place where no surface was still. Newspapers updated in readers’ hands and advertisements talked to passersby. Even cereal boxes were animated.

Now, these technologies are finally arriving, albeit in a piecemeal fashion. One of the driving forces: breakthroughs in plastics-based electronics”….<More>

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FLEXIBLE OLED PROTOTYPE WITH NOVEL CAPABILITIES For The U.S. ARMY


“Universal “Display Corporation announced the successful development and delivery of  a novel OLED display prototype to the U.S. Army. The prototype demonstrates the world’s first  flexible OLED display that incorporates both visible green emission for daytime operation and  infrared (IR) emission for use in dark environments.  Developed through a two-phase Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program with the  U.S. Army, this initial prototype was designed to demonstrate capabilities that would enable  soldiers in the field to view one display in two modes. Using Universal Display’s highefficiency  PHOLED technology, the OLED display prototype provides green-color emission for  daytime operation, and can be switched to operate in an IR-emission mode, that can only be  detected through specialized night-vision goggles, for covert operations. By integrating this onto  a flexible substrate, the Company has achieved a design suitable for portable, rugged and  conformable use both day and night in the field”….. <NewsArticle>  + <Product Website> 

 

announced the successful development and delivery of  a novel OLED display prototype to the U.S. Army. The prototype demonstrates the world’s first  flexible OLED display that incorporates both visible green emission for daytime operation and  infrared (IR) emission for use in dark environments.  Developed through a two-phase Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program with the  U.S. Army, this initial prototype was designed to demonstrate capabilities that would enable  soldiers in the field to view one display in two modes. Using Universal Display’s highefficiency  PHOLED technology, the OLED display prototype provides green-color emission for  daytime operation, and can be switched to operate in an IR-emission mode, that can only be  detected through specialized night-vision goggles, for covert operations. By integrating this onto  a flexible substrate, the Company has achieved a design suitable for portable, rugged and  conformable use both day and night in the field”….. <NewsArticle>  + <Product Website>

 

 

 

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World’d First OLED TV: Sony XEL-1

Sony on Monday said it plans to launch on Dec. 1 in Japan a next generation high-definition TV that has superior picture quality to today’s LCD and plasma screens and is much thinner.If Sony releases the XEL-1 on time, the company would become the first consumer electronics company to offer an organic light-emitting diode TV (OLED TV).

Sony in a statement issued in Tokyo said it began mass production of the XEL-1 in September. The first TV to go on sale in Japan will be an 11-inch model with a 3-millimeter screen, The Wall Street Journal reported. The set would cost about US$1,700″… <More>.

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