Oled Technologies and Lamps

Oled:a Thin, Powerful and Energy-saving Technology

The term OLED, (Organic Light Emitting Diode)rapresents a new technology for light emitting sources and displays.It is becoming more and more popular thanks to its advantagious features such as its minimum thickness, high material’s flexibility and energy-saving usage.During the 2012 edition of “salone del mobile” in Milan we can meet a lot of companies that try to give their interpretation of this new kind of technology and how it could be useful for us in the Interior, architectural and product design field.One of these companies is LUMIOTEC, which has been working on this project since 2008.Its space and product designer Naohiko Mitsui exposes in zona tortona’s lumiotec showroom a line of products that perfectly put in evidence OLED’s particular features.The panels are incredibely thin with a thickness of 2 mm approx. and weigh also only 107 g for a 145x145 mm model panel.The design of the exhibition wants to create a game of an infinite light fall by filling the floor and the ceiling of a room with mirrors.This creates such an evocative atmosphere in which the only shapes to be seen are the ones of the oled panels located on the walls. Naohiko Mitsui , Lumiotec's space and product designerExerpt:The term OLED, (Organic Light Emitting Diode)rapresents a new technology for light emitting sources and displays.It is becoming more and more popular thanks to its advantagious features such as its minimum thickness, high material’s flexibility and energy-saving usage.During the 2012 edition of “salone del mobile” in Milan we can meet a lot of companies that try to give their interpretation of this new kind of technology and how it could be useful for us in the Interior, architectural and ..

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