PPG ignites research, manufacturing of new TV technology

By John D.

Oravecz - A carbon-based molecule that looks like colored sugar could bring big changes to big-screen TVs.   

Organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs, manufactured  by PPG Industries Inc. of Pittsburgh, could give televisions more vibrant colors  and deeper blacks, make them thinner and lighter in weight, and most  importantly, much more energy efficient. The industry is working to speed  development and cut production costs for the display technology.

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