Tag Archives: OLEDS

OLED Lighting in the Auto Industry

In recent years, a number of industries have started using Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) in diverse ways. The automotive industry, in particular, has seen a huge potential in OLEDs. For instance, very soon Audi will be coming up with OLED taillights. At present Audi has presented prototypes of the taillights. At the LOPEC Congress, Audi provides advanced insights into the needs of the automotive industry that the deployment of OLEDs will require to meet, and the future of automotive lighting. So Read more [...]

Is there anything better than OLEDs?

Almost everyone uses a smartphone today and the displays are getting ever bigger. Larger screens are a pleasure to watch, but difficult to put inside a pocket. Therefore, Qibing Pei, a professor of materials science, is researching highly flexible and stretchable OLED displays that could allow a small elastic OLED smartphone to fit easily into one's pocket and the screen could be expanded when viewing. That would certainly be a great help if successful, but in the meantime, there is something else, Read more [...]

Are OLEDS better than LEDS?

Chances are, you still own a TV that is bulky, has a picture tube and is kept on a table. Well, with advancing technology, TVs have become slimmer and lighter, can hang on the wall and do not have a bulky picture tube. The new TVs have an LCD or a Liquid Crystal Display in place of the earlier picture tube. Now, unlike the picture tube, LCDs have no light of their own, and have to be lit with a backlight. Until recently, most LCD TVs were backlit with plasma discharge tubes or CCFL lamps. The Read more [...]