The flexible OLEDs on plastic as built by the University of Toronto researchers.
Researchers in the University of Toronto's Department of Materials Science & Engineering have developed what they say are the world’s most efficient organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) on plastic. This result enables a flexible form factor as well as a less expensive alternative to traditional OLED manufacturing.

Current state-of-the-art OLEDs are produced using heavy-metal doped glass in order to achieve high efficiency and brightness, which makes them expensive to manufacture, heavy, rigid, and fragile. Using plastic can substantially reduce the cost of production, while providing designers with a more durable and flexible material to use in their products.

Watch a video on the new technology below.

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