Earlier this month, we reported that Taiwan’s WiseChip is entering the OLED lighting market with plans to produce candle-light emitting OLEDs using technology developed at Taiwan’s National Tsing-Hua University. Wisechip already started to produce sample panels, and the first ones were setup in an aboriginal village as street lights – embedded inside a bee-hive like mask taken from rotten wood. This tribe, Tai-Yah (also called Atayal), has been without electricty until 1979 (they were known as the “dark tribe”), and currently the use CFL street lights, but rejected a suggestion by the government to install LED lights. Read more about Wisechip's candle-light OLEDs installed as street lights in an aboriginal Korean village

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Wisechip’s candle-light OLEDs installed as street lights in an aboriginal Korean village