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Future with Flexible Paper-Thin OLED Technology
GE's ongoing development of a revolutionary,
energy-efficient light source of the future - flexible, paper-thin, organic
light-emitting diodes (OLEDS) - and its collaboration with industrial design
students from the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) show how truly limitless
lighting design and application will become in the years ahead.
“OLEDs hold great promise as the next big lighting technology for both commercial and residential use,” says John Strainic, global product general manager of lighting at GE Consumer & Industrial. “Many of these potential applications conceived by the CIA students align nicely with what lighting designers, architects and other thought leaders have told us they want to accomplish with OLEDs.”
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