Universal Display Corporation today announced the development of the world's first high-resolution, active-matrix, transparent OLED (AM-TOLED) display using the Company's PHOLED phosphorescent OLED and TOLED® transparent oled technologies along with amorphous silicon (a-Si) backplane technology developed by Professor Jin Jang at Kyung Hee University in Seoul, Korea.

The development of this high-resolution transparent OLED display is a step toward putting thin, low power, full-motion video displays that provide transparency when turned off into a variety of applications where preserving partial visibility or bi-directionality is important. These include architectural vision glass, entertainment, medical and industrial products, helmet shields for military, Homeland Security, fire and rescue applications, and other applications as yet unimagined.

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