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Flexible LED material rivals OLEDs inside Kone elevator

It sounds like another proclamation that OLEDs will be the future of lighting, design, and architecture, and it even throws in the Internet of Things (IoT) to boot: Finnish engineering company Kone is outfitting an elevator with walls made from a thin, flexible, illuminating material that provides the car’s artificial light while also functioning as an information display board and a giant interactive touch screen. But this so-called “interactive media surface panel” does not make use of OLEDs — the organic light-emitting diode technology in which every bit of an entire surface lights up in response to an electrical current, and which proponents say will literally become part of the fabric of building interiors, exteriors, furniture, fashions, and all sorts.

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