Key opportunities include organic photodetectors for fingerprint sensing, VR and TV displays.
David Savastano, Editor04.17.19
There is plenty of development occurring in the display field, with OLEDs being an area where printing is seen as a strong possibility. Already, companies like JOLED are printing smaller displays. One key is to develop materials that allow OLED manufacturers to print their displays.
Orthogonal is one of the leaders in the field of OLED materials. Orthogonal was founded as a Cornell University spin-out based on research by Dr. John DeFranco and his collaborators. With an eye on utilizing photolithography, Orthogonal’s photoresist solutions allow direct patterning of a wide range of organic electronic materials. These materials can be used for high-resolution OLED displays and flexible display applications as well as organic sensors for the virtual reality, mobile and television markets.
“The fundamental invention was photoresist chemistry (based on fluorinated solvents) that allowed direct patterning of chemically sensitive materials, particularly organic elect
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