Flexible OLED Displays Closer to Mass Market Use
Today the Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University and Universal Display Corporation introduced an active matrix flexible OLED display that can be manufactured onto a polyethylene naphthalate (PEN) substrate. This new display uses phosphorescent OLED technology (also called PHOLED) to convert up to 100% of the electrical energy into light. Today's fluorescent OLEDs convert only 25%. This makes for a 4x increase in efficiency. The particular flexible OLED created by these companies is a 4.1-inch monochrome QVGA display. It brings the possibility of such displays being manufactured and used in everyday products one step closer to reality.
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