Audi had a nice OLED-based lighting installation at their booth at CES. They used 124 OLED panels (about 7◊7 cm each) to form the Audi logo. Those OLEDs are red in color, probably as this is the standard backlight color for EU and US cars.†The installation is a moving 3D one, and the Audi rings are formed from all sides, which makes it look a bit weird in the photo. Audi has been mostly collaborating with Philips on OLED lighting, which leads me to believe that the red OLEDs used in this installation are made by Philips, but they also showed some designs in the past using OSRAM-made OLEDs. Read more about Audi used 124 OLED panels to form their logo at CES 2014

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Audi used 124 OLED panels to form their logo at CES 2014