A few weeks ago we reported that Konica Minolta shipped 15,000 flexible OLED lighting panels to a Japanese Tulip festival . The panels are embedded in tulip flowers. Today we got this video showing the installation in action, and we also learned that in total there are 5,000 tulips – as each one has 3 petals with OLED panels (so 3 OLEDs per Tulip). These are the first OLED panels that were produced at  Konica’ new $100 million R2R flexible OLED lighting fab . This breakthough fab, will have a monthly capacity of a million panels at full capacity, and it produces both white and color-tunable flexible panels. The white panel is 150×60 mm in size (0.35 mm thick) and weights 5 grams. The color-tunable is smaller (50×30 mm, 0.29 mm thick, 0.6 grams). Both panels are flexible with a curvature radius of 10 mm. Read more about Konica Minolta's 15,000 flexible OLED panel tulip installation video

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Konica Minolta’s 15,000 flexible OLED panel tulip installation video