How OLEDs Work and Why They're Green (Video)


Kodak's OLED digital photo frame at CES 2009

OLED display technology is becoming a reality. While they're mainly used in super expensive digital photo frames and cell phones, they'll soon be used in large televisions, lights, and more.

If you want a run-down of OLED technology - what it is, how it works, how it's made, and where it's at in the market place, then you'll want to check out this great, informative video.
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