OLEDWorks’ diffuse, low-glare lighting panels produce a natural light without the blue light safety risks of other types of lighting.
David Savastano, Editor08.30.19
The lighting industry is undergoing radical changes. The incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes are out of favor for a variety of reasons. LED lighting has made headway, but there are notable concerns, particularly with health issues. OLED lighting may have the best story to tell, but it is only at the starting gate.
Still, the interest in the concept of human-centric lighting has been widespread in the lighting industry in the last couple of years, and as more people see the light, there is more interest in OLED lighting technology.
Rochester, NY-based OLEDWorks sees opportunities for OLEDs, as head-to-head comparisons with LEDs have generally favored OLEDs.
“Because human-centric lighting is a focus now, the interest in OLED lighting is rapidly growing,” David DeJoy, co-founder and chairman of OLEDWorks, noted. “OLED is by its nature a healthy light source.”
OLEDWorks CTO Dr. Michael Boroson observed that OLEDs are fundament
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