Update: in Janury 2013 the so-light project successfully concluded, results published
So-Light is a German project that aims to develop OLED displays and lighting applications - including new materials (transport materials, redox dopants, triplet-emitters, matrix materials), new optical technologies for guided light distribution, characterizing lighting application aspects of OLEDs and process technologies for Small Molecule OLEDs. So-Light will also generate studies on applications and demonstrators, and will also work on integrating technologies for application areas such as automotive, architecture and backlight units for large displays).
The project's cost is €14.7 million, and is supported by the German BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research). The project partners are Novaled, Sensient Imaging Technologies, Fraunhofer IPMS (and later COMEDD), LEDON OLED Lighting, Aixtron, Fresnel Optics, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co, Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik, AEG-MIS, Universität Paderborn/L-LAB and the Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster.