oled changes the world of lighting
This new technology has changed us and Mr.
Edison is familiar with a bright white light that is thin and flexible.
In the foreseeable future, the organic LED lighting technology is relatively new and the light is obvious.
When the current passes through the thin film of light, the OLED light will appear
Because it is possible to make these lights very thin, transparent and flexible, the lighting designer is turned on with new creative possibilities.
Today, organic LED lighting is almost entirely used for the design of an amazing display, but there are manufacturers in the US and the EU who are developing ways to make white light using this technology.
In addition to designers inspired by organic LED lighting technology, the same is true for environmental awareness.
OLED is very efficient, these glowing objects do not contain mercury like CFL lamps, resulting in less recycling problems.
This will make the new OLED white light green.
Professor Junji Kido of Yamagata University in Japan invented the first white OLED light.
Professor Kido has set up a new company called organic lighting to expand his work on white OLED, which is expected to bring equipment to market in early 2010.
Organic lighting continues to work on plans to use OLED for emergency lighting in public places.
Philips, the leader in OLED Lighting Research, has OLED panels for purchase-line.
Various shapes are provided (
Circle, triangle, rectangle, Hexagon and what Philips calls \"free\"shapes\')
For various purposes (
Clothing, furniture, vehicles, jewelry, art and any other use you might imagine).
Philips plans to launch commercial products by 2010, and finally introduce color panels that consumers can replace (in 3-5 years)
Final flexible panel (in 5-8 years). GE (
In terms of OLED lighting, we also need to consider bulbs similar to wallpaper in the future.
At present, GE will apply their knowledge to mobile phones and TV screens and will start producing flexible OLED panels in 2010.
GE\'s researchers, who have made progress in light quality and brightness, plan to use the technology for general lighting applications.
Osram\'s maurmaurer designed the first OLED lamp, which has a very futuristic look.
This lamp uses ten thin OLED panels with a thickness of 132X33mm.
This is still a huge milestone in OLED lighting technology, bringing these thin panels to very practical applications that are unusual.
Konica Minolta is another company interested in OLED lighting and has achieved great success in their efforts.
The research here has achieved the same lumen efficiency and life as the fluorescent lamp;
This progress makes OLED closer to practical application.
Kodak scientists first discovered OLED materials in the 1970 s.
Since then, Kodak has continued to research OLED applications for the automotive industry, consumer electronics, digital video technology, industry, science, medicine, and telecom.
Kodak\'s current goal is to provide consumers with OLED technology that meets Energy Star standards.
Because of OLED lighting, our views on lighting are changing dramatically.
This is a unique light on the horizon, different from what we have seen before.