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December 22nd, 2003

Universal Display wants to shine its OLED light on the world

Abstract:
"See the light!" declares a sign in the company's entryway. Universal Display Corp. (UDC) expects its screen technology to see the light of commercial day sometime in 2004. OLED stands for organic light-emitting device, and screens based on UDC's technology are composed of several ultrathin films of special molecules that glow when excited by an electric current. The OLED approach boasts brighter colors and wider viewing angles than those based on current liquid crystal display (LCD) technology.

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