Researchers from Stanford university in collaboration with Samsung's Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) developed a new OLED structure that enables resolution of up to 10,000 PPI, high brightness and a cost-effective production process.

Metaphotonic OLED structure

In the new so-called Metaphotonic OLED structure, the panel is produced on a base layer of reflective metal with nanoscale corrugations. This 'metasurface' can manipulate the reflective properties of light and thereby allow different colors to resonate in the OLED sub-pixels.

This new design offers a completely different OLED color architecture -where one of the main advantages is the fact that all OLED sub-pixels are produced in the same height which means other material deposition is easier.

Samsung's research team is now working to integrate this work into a full-sized OLED display.



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Further info

Hi Ron,

do you have further info, e.g. a paper being published or press release?

Do you know, which group in Stanford is working on the program?

Best,

Michael

Hello Michael, here's the

Hello Michael, here's the link to the original paper: Won-Jae Joo et al, Metasurface-driven OLED displays beyond 10,000 pixels per inch, Science 23 Oct 2020: Vol. 370, Issue 6515, pp. 459-463 DOI: 10.1126/science.abc8530 , science.sciencemag.org/cgi/doi … 1126/science.abc8530

Thank you!

Thank you!