OLED technology keeps getting cooler: first there was the "true blue" invention, and now there's news that BASF and Osram have broken the brightness record. For the first time a white OLED has achieved an efficiency of over 60 lumens per Watt, plus the device's light output falls within the international Energy Star SSL Standard for color for the first time: meaning it keeps its color even when lit at different intensities. The team reckons they'll be able to push it to 100 lumens per watt, which definitely points the way for energy-efficient OLED room lighting. [OLED-Display]
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like the BASF that made my 3.5" Floppies back in the day?