Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are semiconductors made of layers of thin organic materials only a few nanometers thick, which potentially can be deposited on a variety of substrates such as glass, flexible metal or plastic foil.
OLEDs emit light as an ultra-flat area light source in a diffuse, glare free-way. They are a key part of a revolution in the rapidly-growing display market - fulfilling the dream of paper-thin, flexible, highly efficient displays with brilliant colors and amazing design flexibility.
OLEDs have a broad color spectrum and can provide an exceptional warm, natural white light. OLEDs are considered to represent the future of a vast array of completely new lighting applications. By combining color with form factor, OLEDs can create new ways of decorating and personalizing personal surroundings with light.