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Eyeglasses that use OLED displays have been developed to aid blind people to 'see' objects and people around them...more
The glasses use OLED displays to project shapes of light
French firm NikkoIA is planning to expand its product range via a number of funded development projects...more
The ability to print OLED displays is a step closer, according to scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP) in Potsdam-Golm...more
One of the latest announcements comes from US firm Arjowiggins, which has extended to its range of materials for printable electronics with the launch of two new paper substrates...more
Thin Film Electronics (Thinfilm) has raised $24 million (€18 million) to help the company bring its technology to market...more
Nanotechnology start-up StoreDot has received $6 million (€4.5 million) in funding from several strategic and private investors, to advance its technology in mobile devices to commercialisation...more
+Plastic Electronics magazine editor Dan Rogers will present at the upcoming printed and organic electronics industry event LOPE-C on the reality of flexible displays. +Plastic Electronics looks behind the hype about bendy phones...more
Researchers at the non-profit Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) have created a new design for an organic photovoltaic (OPV) cell that retains good efficiency...more
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In January 2012, there was a rush of excitement surrounding the OLED industry. Once the preserve of the mobile phone market, suddenly the technology was being featured in large-size televisions...more
LEC lighting an alternative to OLED
GSITech: Print house for electronics
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