Such a display could be the key to the wearable technology that’s sure to be in our future.
Meet the light, super-efficient screen that could make your smartphone invincible.
LG has confirmed that the curved OLED TVs will launch some time in the second half of this year.
The super efficient LG OLED television was a showstopper at CES 2012, where it earned “Best of Show” and now the public will finally be able to get their hands on one.
Moorea, the company’s very first commercial OLED lamp, takes this extraordinary light source out of the smartphone screen and onto your desk.
OLEDs continue to gain popularity, but scientists at the Institute of Nanostructured Materials have discovered a more efficient alternative in the form of organic light-emitting transistors (OLETs).
The Lightleaf by designer Valentina Trimani is a lighted bookmark concept which would be eco-friendly, very thin and capable of giving off enough adjustable light to brighten a room.
GE and Konica Minolta have teamed up to showcase prototypes of OLED lighting which are targeted towards consumers and can be flexible, thin and very energy efficient.
A new concept design incorporates solar panels into a spherical silicon ball outfitted with an OLED display to create a solar-powered alarm clock that resembles the earth.
A new concept design from Stephen Chan Wing Tak makes use of the energy generated by people walking, running or rolling over a piezoelectric floor pad to power OLED signage.
GE, making use of lots of creativity both in its technology and holiday cheer, unveils its idea of a 21st century sleigh for Santa using its cutting edge green tech developments.