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Black technology in the lighting industry! Flexible OLED materials in prints

Black technology in the lighting industry! Flexible OLED materials in prints

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The future of OLED lighting is still elusive, but this does not prevent developers from pursuing novel applications, as a small Canadian company has announced a flexible OLED material that can illuminate prints in newspapers and magazines.

Black technology in the lighting industry! Flexible OLED materials in prints

The future of OLED lighting is still elusive, but this does not prevent developers from pursuing novel applications, as a small Canadian company has announced a flexible OLED material that can illuminate prints in newspapers and magazines.

OTI Lumionics said its "Aerelight for Print" technology leverages new manufacturing processes and materials developed by the Toronto manufacturing company.

The company did not disclose any details about the manufacturing innovation and the composition of the materials.

In the live demo, only Aerelight is part of the latest annual cover of a magazine. OTI Lumionics, Frontier, and a Toronto print production company called Flash Reproductions teamed up to embed a flexible OLED panel in a small rectangle that illuminates when the panel is touched.

This is another example of how flexible OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) can extend beyond the traditional form factor to extend the range of illumination. In another example, the Fraunhofer FEP in Germany presented a flexible OLED wristband and stated that it can be used for medical purposes.

Using OLED technology, the "dark" panel on the cover of Frontier magazine is illuminated in response to a touch, unlike LEDs with only a single spot, which is a multi-piece material that illuminates in response to electrical current, including a variety of flexible and rigid materials. Although they have made great progress in the fields of cars, televisions and smartphone screens, they have not completely changed the field of lighting that some people have predicted for many years.

OLED enthusiasts say soft materials will enable designers to create artificial light sources directly into clothing, furniture, walls, bridges and many other necessities such as print. However, due to shortcomings such as manufacturing costs and energy efficiency lag, the development of OLEDs has been hindered. At the same time, LED developers are constantly looking for ways to embed LEDs into various materials to achieve the same goals as OLEDs.

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