The Chinese company Yeolight Technology (which was spun-off Visionox in May 2015) has recently presented a 0.1mm flexible OLED panel. This is a red OLED panel that is specifically designed for automotive applications.
With the establishment of flexible displays behind us, many have asked what the next big development in display technology will be. Recently, free-form displays have been gaining traction as next-generation technology that will allow for both high-resolution visuals and portability at the same time. While the technology is still in its nascent stages, significant research has been carried out on stretchable displays (a core technology for free-form displays) that can be stretched in all directions like rubber bands to change their shapes.
Kateeva (Newark, California) recently announced a strategic partnership with Pixelligent (Baltimore, Maryland). The collaboration is focused on improving light output efficiency in OLED mobile phones by optimising an inkjet-printed planarization layer over microlens arrays. Both companies lead in their respective display sectors—Kateeva with its inkjet printing equipment solution that leads the market for OLED thin film encapsulation (TFE), and Pixelligent as the pioneer of fully formulated high-refractive index materials engineered for sustainability.