OLED Transparent LED




What is an OLED?

• OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) is a light emitting technology created by placing a series of organic thin films between two conductors. A bright light is emitted when an electrical current is applied.

• OLEDs offer 4K resolution and deliver ultra HD picture.

• OLED is a light emitting technology which means OLED displays do not require a back light or enclosure, and are therefore thinner and more efficient than other types of displays.

• OLED displays can be as thin as 0.1 inches thick and can be flexible and rollable.

• OLEDs are currently used in many mobile devices such as the Galaxy S6, LG and Samsung TVs, and even in some lighting fixtures.

• OLED applications are numerous as they can also be made transparent and embedded in windows—perfect for retail applications, product demonstrations, and museums.


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We embed OLEDs in glass to create transparent displays

Advantages of OLED over LED and LCD

 Vastly superior picture quality

 Thinner and brighter

 More energy efficient

 Broader color spectrum and more saturated colors

 No backlight

 Completely open and frameless display

 Truly see-through

 Can be embedded in glass windows or doors

A main difference between traditional LED and LCD displays and OLED displays is the vastly superior picture quality of the OLED. OLED technology enables the creation of thin, efficient and bright displays and lighting panels. Boasting both a broad color spectrum and vibrant colors, transparent OLED technology has been praised for its amazing color performance compared to traditional LED and LCD displays.

Furthermore, OLEDs can also be flexible and transparent allowing for more immediate applications such as being embedded in windows, for example. Transparent OLED is a breakthrough display technology that makes it possible for dynamic or interactive information to be presented on a transparent glass surface. Transparent OLED technology allows users to view what is shown on a glass video screen while still being able to see through it. Designers can overlay video content, digital images, and text onto physical objects that sit behind the glass.

Another huge difference between OLED and other display technologies is that OLED is a light emitting technology. It requires no backlight,which allows its display to be completely open and gives 360 degree views for observers. It is possible to create truly see-through installations in a frameless glass design with OLED.

In short, the properties of transparent OLED allow for endless possibilities in terms of shape and size while maintaining superb picture quality.