February 8, 2017

Finnish contribution enlightens future LED market

An example of the novel structures being developed is a multi-coloured video screen which can be integrated between planar or curved glass surfaces. 
An example of the novel structures being developed is a multi-coloured video screen which can be integrated between planar or curved glass surfaces. 
VTT

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is developing novel LED light sources based on large, flexible and transparent substrates, in collaboration with a Finnish consortium.

The research centre is collaborating with Finnish companies Flexbright and Lighting Design Collective. Together they are applying the results of the three-year European project Delphi4LED to the development of LED luminaires based on transparent large-area foil. Such new design tools will bring large-area LED products on the market with speed, quality and lower costs.

An easy-to-customise LED foil suitable for mass production will enable the introduction of the large area lighting and display technologies for applications such as vehicles, greenhouses, shopping centres and architectural lighting.

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