Philips Develops World’s first AC-Powered OLED

September 13, 2010 / No Comments

The first ever OLED (organic light emitting module) that can be powered from an AC source have been developed by the scientists of Philips. This invention helps to reduce the need of huge power management circuitry. This development can innovate and simplify luminaire design for future OLED based systems.

Board Games Powered by OLED Screens Could Revive the Genre

January 26, 2010 / No Comments

Board games are cool, but technology allows for so much more - for example, pieces made entirely out of OLEDs. It's no joke, as scientists at Queen's Human Media Lab have demonstrated - Professor Roel Vertegaal and Mike Rooke, an HML graduate, have made it possible to use hexagon-shaped gaming pieces that can interact with each other.

Toshiba First to Develop Television Wallpaper

February 26, 2009 / No Comments

How about making your own home into a theater that surrounds you in all four directions? Currently under research, Toshiba has been busting themselves to turn OLED-enabled wallpapers into a  television screen using nanotechnology. The revolutionary technology uses light that has been redirected by an ultra-fine grating that is fabricated by self-assembled nano particles and hence can translate light into visuals ...

Roll to roll printing of OLEDs by General Electric

March 13, 2008 / No Comments

General Electric has been working for the last four years to get their project involving roll-to-roll printing (like a newspaper) of OLEDs, live. The newly printed Organic Light Emitting Diodes are extremely energy efficient, with high performances and are supposed to be pretty cheap. I already have a few ideas of using the prints from extremely big sizes to very ...