Researchers from Korea's ETRI Institute developed the world's first transparent OLED prototype that uses a graphene transparent electrode. A prototype display was demonstrated at SID 2016 last month.

The prototype display was 26x26 mm in size, with a resolution of 155x60 (121 PPI). The display was a monochrome (orange) display. In the display on show, the graphene-based electrodes were deposited on the backplane of the display.

In addition to this display, ETRI also demonstrated a transparent OLED with a metal-mesh electrodes. This monochrome (green) display was larger at 40x40 mm.



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