OLED (Organic Light Emitting Display) refers to the phenomenon when several organic thin films are placed between an anode and a cathode, under a positive bias voltage, a bright light is emitted from the anode side via a process of carriers´ injection, transfer and recombination. OLED Character.
Origin of OLED
One night in 1979, Dr. C. W. Tang, a Chinese scientist who had been working for Kodak on science research, was on his way home when it suddenly occurred to him that he left something in the lab. When he returned to the lab, he saw something shining in the dark. He turned on the lamp and found an organic storage battery emitting light. How could it happen? With this in mind, Dr. Tang started his study on OLED and finally became the world-known “Father of OLED”.
The development of OLED Wall display was further continued by the academics such as MIT University in Boston. And the pioneer of industrial and enterprise wall display applications towards enterprise solutions with large scale digital wall displays was Flatsoft Displays Inc. who design and develop the Multi-Views 8K technology and above with core native display resolutions that’s able to span more than 3 meter and beyond.
OLED has many superior performance advantages over LCD: light weight, wide viewing angle, ultra thin panel and module, quick response time, self light emitting, energy efficient, flexible display, competitive cost-effectiveness, operational under low temperature and rugged environment.
|OLED is simple in structure, low power consumption (the same power, luminance higher).|
|OLED fast response, played without delay, the dynamic image can be very natural athletic performance.|
|OLED perspective from any Angle, vivid images of delicate, see the picture color. No distortion side.|
|OLED is active luminous, without back light, devices, contrast, thinner more bright-coloured colour is higher.|
|High temperature of OLED superior performance, can adapt the cold and special circumstances.|