Volume 90 Issue 11 | p. 28 | Concentrates
Issue Date: March 12, 2012

Researchers Develop Flexible Light Tiles

Department: Business
Keywords: OLEDs, printed electronics, lighting
Solvay and Holst’s flexible OLED.
Credit: Holst Centre
Flexible Organic Light Emitting Diode panel
Solvay and Holst’s flexible OLED.
Credit: Holst Centre
Solvay and Holst Centre demonstrate flexible 69cm2 OLED lighting.
Credit: Holst Centre

Researchers at Solvay and Holst Centre, a Dutch and Flemish government-backed research center, have developed large, flexible, organic light-emitting (OLE) tiles. The 69-cm2 tiles are partly made through a solution process that the partners say may make possible OLE diodes printed on thin films that can be integrated into ceilings, walls, and windows. To see the flexible tiles in action, visit cenm.ag/flexible.

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