Passive matrix OLEDs go transparent

Passive matrix OLEDs go transparent

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By Julien Happich

With a diameter of 27mm, one of the round flexible and transparent PMOLEDs exhibited at the show could find use in Head Up Displays (HUD), near eye and even augmented reality applications and wearables such as smartwatches.

PMOLED are cheaper than AMOLEDs (Active Matrix OLED) and could be attractive for small displays.  WiseChip is aiming to customize its TOLEDs to achieve the best transparency. The company is also focusing on flexibility, presenting PMOLED products with a minimum bend radius from 60 to 40mm which makes them applicable to hand band, medical and tool control devices.

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