Flexible OLED curved screen convex display presentation
A flexible organic light emitting diode is a type of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) incorporating a flexible plastic substrate on which the electroluminescent organic semiconductor is deposited.
The flexible LED modules are made of soft PCB and rubber materials.They are extremely soft, can be designed in any sizes and shapes for creative installations. They can be easily attached anywhere, including in shopping malls, hotels, clubs…
The basic structure of an OLED is an emissive layer sandwiched between a cathode(which injects electrons) and an anode (which removes electrons). It’s thinness allows the OLED displays to be foldable and transparent, and adds to this incredible technology a large range of various applications.
Flexible OLED screens, or FOLED are the future of displays
OLED is an emerging display technology that enables beautiful and efficient displays and lighting panels. Thin OLEDs are already being used in many mobile devices and TVs, and the next generation of these panels will be flexible and bendable.
Besides the thousands of beautiful design possibilities, a flexible OLED has several advantages especially in mobile devices – the displays are lighter, thinner and more durable compared to glass based displays.
Flexible OLEDs can be used in the creation of rollable displays, electronic paper, or bendable displays which can be integrated into clothing, wallpaper or other curved surfaces. Prototype displays have been exhibited by companies such as Sony, which are capable of being rolled around the width of a pencil
OLEDs can also be used to make white lighting panels. OLED is a diffuse area lighting source with unique characteristics
OLED technology may usher in a new era of large-area, transparent, flexible and low-energy display and lighting products. LED, LCD and OLED displays are made the same way : a combination of several layers. It is mainly composed of organic materials ( carbon based ) that emit light when electricity is applied to them. The basic structure of an OLED is an emissive layer sandwiched between a cathode (which injects electrons) and an anode (which removes electrons). OLED technology allows less layers than LCD because the components are self sufficient; they don’t need a light layer; they produce it them selves