Merck participated in the Lightopia exhibition last month, and they showed a mock laboratory that displayed new lighting technologies - including three Tabola OLED lighting panels (made by Fraunhofer's COMEDD) and confirmed that the panels use Merck's materials.

This exhibition will be on display at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany, and will later go on tour to other museums around the world. It also features BlackBody's I.RAIN chandelier, which you can see in the photo below in the background.

In May 2013 Merck confirmed that LG Display is also using the company's materials in their OLED TVs. In July Merck said it is planning to become an "OLED solution provider", not just a material supplier as this will maximize the value for both Merck and its customers. Merck will address whole devices and optimize material combination. The company currently has around 80 OLED R&D experts and around 1,400 related patents.

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