Beautiful, functional and efficient lighting in three distinct shapes
When it comes to lighting OLEDs inspire on a whole different level. There is the unique quality of the light itself in combination with other characteristics e.g. the razor-thin shape and the instant glare-free light when switched on, OLEDs can be used to realize innovative applications and designs.
Healthy lighting for people and our world
OLED light eliminates many of the wellbeing challenges
associated with most artificial indoor lighting solutions.
Without sacrificing full color spectrum, OLED is low in shorter blue wavelengths that can be damaging to the eyes and skin, and illuminates without glare or harsh contrasts, preventing
Due to form factor and function, OLED lighting provides the design freedom to optimize total system performance for energy consumption and other factors associated with
greenhouse gas emission.
Pure. Natural. Authentic lighting that has a lifetime of up to 100,000 hours
Just turn it on and the entire surface of the OLED lighting panel delivers pleasing, low glare, broad spectrum light unrivaled by other light sources and systems.
No more redirecting, reflecting, and manipulating point sources and linear sources, a beautiful light quality comes from the just 0.7-millimeter-thick (~0.028 inches)
Who We Serve
OLED light presents unique design possibilities and new functionalities to the automotive industry. Lighting is vital to design, function, and branding in the automotive industry. Learn More
A collaborative mission to empower the development of next-generation OLED lighting solutions for commercial and consumer markets.
From transportation to medical devices, as manufacturers, we have a responsibility to the consumer market to provide better solutions than what is currently available.
Find OLED luminaires available for purchase today, and collaborate with luminaire manufacturers and lighting designers to create an environment with lighting that reflects your high business standards.
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