Verbatim color-tunable OLED lighting debuts

Shane McGlaun - Feb 10, 2011
Verbatim color-tunable OLED lighting debuts

Generally when we are talking about Verbatim we are talking about something along the lines of flash drives and media sharing gear for computers like the MediaShare Mini from last November. Verbatim has announced a product that it made in conjunction with Mitsubishi Kagaku Media Co that is nothing like the other products we know Verbatim for.

The new offering is a tunable OLED light with a color that can be changed to suit the needs of the user. The OLED light panels are called VELVE and in addition to being color tunable, they are also dimmable. The lighting is claimed to be the first in the world to be color tunable and dimmable that are mass-produced.

The largest of the OLED panels are 14cm x 14cm making for a colorful cube. The color tunable nature allows the lighting to be changed in color and brightness as the day goes by. There is no word on how much the panels will cost and if they will be offered to consumers or are going to be for commercial use only.

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