Flexible OLED Displays Closer to Mass Market Use
Jun 1, 2009, 10:44 AM by Eric M. Zeman
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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