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Organic displays come of age

Eighteen years after the development of the first polymer-based LED display, the technology has finally matured and polymer OLED televisions are just around the corner.

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Figure 1: Device structure of a P-OLED.
Figure 2: Today's printing technology is able to accurately print pixels down to 1 picolitre.

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Figure 3: This 3-inch diagonal P-OLED display has a resolution of 302,400 pixels at a pixel density of 160 pixels per inch.

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Fyfe, D. Organic displays come of age. Nature Photon 3, 453–455 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphoton.2009.132

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