Scientists at Dongguk University have developed a new environmentally friendly and cost-effective bright green light-emitting manganese complex called MnBz for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs)
Augmented reality and other immersive technologies are changing how people play, observe, and learn, from pterodactyls flying above a game to digitally trying on cosmetics before making a purchase.
The performance of devices like light-emitting diodes (LEDs) has been frequently limited by defects. The mechanisms by which defects eliminate charge carriers are clearly understood in materials that liberate light at red or green wavelengths.
LumeDEL LLC introduces the NewDEL™ Fiber-coupled LED sources that are designed to generate high radiant power with spectrally stable output and combining high performance with ease-of-use.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation ("Toshiba") has launched "TLP3476S," a photorelay in the S-VSON4T package that cuts turn-on time to half that of Toshiba’s current product, TLP3475S.
As a result of the new chip-scale method, smartphones could one day become portable quantum sensors that use organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) for magnetic fields to image magnetic fields.
The generation of light by an electrical current without the need for heat or chemical reactions is known as electroluminescence.
Liquid crystal plays a role in switching the transmitted light on and off and is ignited by a backlight. This can be done with polarizing filters in the front and also behind the pixels.
ABB has launched a new wireless solution enabling customers to install, monitor and maintain their entire emergency lighting installation using a fast and intuitive mobile application.
A new electrode material has been developed by researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University. This material is used in deep-ultraviolet (DUV) light-emitting diode applications.