Translucent OLED Panels can use as panes of Window Glass

Oct 29, 2008
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You wouldn’t find these windows at your local Home Depot Window and Sliding department; it’s made of a translucent OLED panel by the Korean Electronics Giant, Samsung. The company has showcased a prototype of four 12.1-inch OLED panels as a window display at FPD International 2008; it’s also its first exhibition of OLED panel with a transmittance of 30 percent at Japan.


Back side of the window

Each panel has a resolution of 840x504 and is capable of 200cd/m2 luminance, extremely fast 0.01 ms panel response rate, and can achieve 100% coverage of NTSC color gamut.

Nikkei said the manufacturer has declined to disclose the technicality behind the four panes of glass. But like the flapping 0.05mm OLED panel, the drive element was formed by a low temperature polysilicon TFTs and “The device structure is a top emission type, and organic EL materials for RBG colors are separately applied by using a metal mask”.


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