A Singapore research firm has invented a plastic film that it claims boosts the durability of OLED displays by reducing the penetration of oxygen and water - both which can shorten a screen’s lifespan. OLED screens are a sandwich of different components, but the top layer is a protective coating that limits the number of oxygen …
Will this do anything to improve the operational longevity of the blue emitters, well known to be probably the biggest practical issue with OLED technology? If not, then it's all a bit moot.
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