Volume 84 Issue 26 | pp. 20-21
Issue Date: June 26, 2006

Cover Stories: Riding On Flat Panels

Second Wind For OLEDS

Organic light-emitting diodes have made strong gains, but developers of the technology aren't satisfied
Department: Science & Technology

Organic light-emitting diodes may not have lived up to the hype that surrounded them in 2000 when promoters proclaimed the imminent arrival of large, flexible displays, but that doesn't mean OLEDs haven't been successful. Only a few years after their first commercial applications, the OLED-based display industry is already worth hundreds of millions of dollars—a ramp-up that developers of any new technology would envy. Building on their earlier successes and learning from past challenges, OLED . . .

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