Taiwan UMAGE, a fabless OLED developer and supplier, installed a large colorful OLED installation at Taipei’s Astronomical Museum. The interactive OLED 7.2 meters wide “wall” uses 800 panels. UMAGE is developing its own technologies, but it does not produce its OLEDs – and the company did not disclose the producer (they say it is a tier-1 OLED lighting company). The company currently lists a single product – a 356×451 mm OLED panel module that consists of 20 panels (5×4) in six different colors (Red, Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Sky-blue). The modules includes an infrared-sensor. Read more about UMAGE installs a large colorful installation at Taipei's Astronomical Museum

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UMAGE installs a large colorful installation at Taipei’s Astronomical Museum