GLOLED unveiled their first product, the Vuucu OLED lighting device. The Vuucu (designed by Keiji Akiba) is an atmospheric lamp that uses a single OLED lighting panel and a folding transparent acrylic board. As you can see in the video ad below, Vuucu can be setup in several methods, including a bedside light or a "penlight" in a hotel reception or bar:

The OLED panel is made by Lumiotec. This is their P05 module which is an all-phosphorescent panel taht features 40 lm/W and 3,000cd/m2.

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Vuucu is powered from a micro-USB port (you can also use a USB battery to power it) and consumes 1.8W (at maximum brightness). Vuucu can run in a "fluctuation mode" which mimics the light of the candle. You can see it in the video below:

GLOLED is now offering the panel on sale. You can contact them on the following email: info@gloled.co.jp. GLOLED was established in 2012 by Watanabe Woolen Spinning company in Osaka with an aim to develop and market OLED lighting based luminaries.

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