Light made easy
In the scientific community, our liquid light concept is known as the Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cell (LEC). From a distance and a layman’s perspective, this technology is very similar to the Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED), as both technologies use a flat planar structure in which the light-emitting organic layer is sandwiched between two conductive electrodes.
Imagine the possibilities the future holds
- Lighting stickers that you put on items for sale
- Packaging designed with a glowing text.
- Billboards that light up with the power from a battery.
- Signage produced in the ink jet printer in the individual store.