Fraunhofer FEP presents variety of designs for OLED lighting in one easy kit at LOPEC 2018
The Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP, a provider of research and development services in the field of organic electronics from Dresden, Germany, will be presenting an OLED lighting design sample kit for the first time at LOPEC 2018 in Munich from 14-15 March 2018.
Flexible OLEDs offer designers a practically unlimited tool for creating new OLED-based luminous objects. In order to convey some of the diverse opportunities that OLEDs offer to interested designers, Fraunhofer FEP is presenting its OLED lighting design sample kit at LOPEC 2018 for the first time, in order to demonstrate the unique properties and features of OLEDs, such as their flexibility, segmentation ability, transparency, their multi-coloured surfaces, hybrid colours, patterns, and variable colour intensities.
Jan Hesse, project manager of Sheet-to-Sheet OLED Technologies at Fraunhofer FEP, explains the opportunities for collaboration as follows: “Fraunhofer FEP offers its customers realisation of customer-specific OLED modules with a wide range of features and materials for converting design ideas into luminous visual displays using OLED technology. We utilise the latest technologies and materials, and apply our extensive know-how to produce prototypes and short production runs of our customers’ desired applications.”
Fraunhofer FEP works closely with well-known OLED manufacturers in scaling up to full serial production. Moreover, FEP also shows designers both the possibilities and what the application requirements are for a given OLED design through OLED-specific design workshops.
In addition to the aesthetic possibilities for designs using OLED technology, the OLED design sample kit is also intended to illustrate the functional possibilities that OLED technology offers in medical engineering and analytics, such as integrating lighting (OLED) and sensor technology (OPD) on a single component for example, thus facilitating new applications.
The scientists and designers at the Fraunhofer FEP are looking forward to specific enquiries from industry regarding development of prototypes or short-run client-specific OLED modules for innovative designs and applications.
Caption: OLED lighting will be in the centre of attention during Fraunhofer FEP’s LOPEC appearance (photo: Fraunhofer FEP)