Lordin Plans to File 23 Patents for Blue OLED

by Omid Rahmat

Lordin, an OLED startup founded in 2020, has developed a blue OLED with an IQE of 90%. It has si far registered 4 patents and plans to file 19 more. The company’s CEO, Oh …

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Links Week Starting 31st October 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week. For the next couple of weeks, we …

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Kyulux Moving to Commercialisation

by Bob Raikes

What They Say OLED-Info summarised the talk by Kyulux at the SID/DSCC Business Conference at Display Week. Junji Adachi from the firm said that it is on track to commericalise its materials with green …

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Noctiluca Sets Out Its Stall for Advanced OLED Materials

by Bob Raikes

The Pacific Northwest Chapter of SID held a webinar last month that featured a talk by Noctiluca, a company that is developing OLED emitter materials and one that I have been intending to write …

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Top 10 Tech Display Trends to Watch in 2021

by Sri Peruvemba

Big, order-of-magnitude changes are going to continue to come to display tech during 2021. Devices will be smaller, smarter, and more nimble. From phones to cars to AI, display technology will change the way …

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What’s a Kyulux?

by Ken Werner

The subject is emitting materials for OLED displays. Let’s review. What are now called first-generation materials were (and are) fluorescent emitters. Without troubling you with molecular quantum mechanics, these materials eventually create a maximum …

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TADF Is the Future of OLED, but the Future Comes Slowly

by Ken Werner

Earlier this month Cynora — the German company that is one of the two leading developers of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) emitters for next-gen OLED displays — announced customer availability of the “industry’s …

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Cynora Has New Deep Green TADF Material

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Cynora said that they have started to ship development kits for new deep green TADF OLED emitter material. The ‘cyUltimateGreen’ has efficiency of >20% and meets a requirement of 150 cd/A …

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Many an OLED Mickle….

by Bob Raikes

What They Say IDTechEx sent out a mail about some new developments including OLED materials. It highlights developments in TADF materials and said it was impressed with the host materials developed by early-stage US …

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