Verbatim Europe Newsroom | OLED http://www.verbatim-europe.com Visit Verbatim Europe Newsroom for latest news, press releases, videos and other featured stories. en Fri, 30 Sep 2016 04:50:16 GMT Copyright (C) 2016 Verbatim Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Verbatim Europe Verbatim further enhances pioneering OLED modules for creative lighting design Eschborn, Germany – 3rd April 2013: Verbatim has launched the latest series of VELVE ™, the world’s most advanced colour-tunable and dimmable OLED modules that delivers glare-free brightness of up to 2,000 cd/m2 – twice as bright as before. The new product also achieves a high luminous efficacy of 51.6 lm/W which equates to 70% greater efficiency than before. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 03/04/13 12:00:00 GMT Verbatim unveils next-gen OLED modules for dynamic illumination and extends halogen replacement spotlight range Eschborn, Germany – 23 April 2012 – Light + Building 2012 (Hall 4.1, Stand C26) Verbatim has unveiled the world’s first colour-tunable and dimmable OLED module that delivers brightness of up to 2,000 cd/m˛. The company’s latest series of VELVE OLED modules are twice as bright as earlier devices. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 23/04/12 12:00:00 GMT Verbatim launches OLED modules for easy implementation of flexible, creative lighting Eschborn, 31 October 2011 – Verbatim announces an OLED module that lighting designers, artists, engineers, and architects can use to quickly and easily implement the creative lighting schemes using the company’s VELVE OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels. Each module comprises a colour-tunable, framed VELVE OLED panel with a light emitting area of 123mm x 123mm. A printed circuit board with the control electronics is mounted onto the back of each panel. The whole assembly measures 146.4mm wide x 133.3mm long x 8.7mm deep and weights 192 grams. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 16/11/11 12:00:00 GMT Verbatim announces winners of VELVE OLED Design Challenge Eschborn 14 April 2011 – Verbatim has announced the winners of the VELVE OLED Design Challenge entitled “The Sixth Sense”. VELVE is the Verbatim brand name for its organic LEDs (OLEDs). First place goes to Viktor Malakuczy for his creation called ‘Marbles’. In joint second place were entries named ‘Beb-Up’ by Marcello Cannarsa and Pamela Marziale, and ‘MoodelO’ by Barbara Garzia. All 16 entries to the competition were submitted by students of The Superior Insititure for Artistic Industries (ISIA) in Rome, a public institute and part of the Research and University Ministry. The compeititon was managed by Verbatim in partnership with PPML S.r.l., a leading OLED lighting systems design and integration company based in Pescara, Italy. It was launched to inspire creative thinking with respect to OLED lighting and prizes were given for the first and second place entries by Gary Milner, Verbatim EUMEA President, at an event on April 13th at Design Library srl, Via Savona 11, 20144 Milan. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 21/04/11 12:00:00 GMT Verbatim launches world’s first commercially available, colour tunable OLED lighting Eschborn, 12 April 2011 - Verbatim has launched the world's first commercially available, colour tunable organic LED (OLED) lighting panels at the Fuori Salone show in Milan. The OLEDs are based on unique materials technology developed by Verbatim's parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical Holding Group which, as one of the world's major chemical companies, has over 50 years' experience in developing lighting materials. Full-scale production of OLED panels will start from July. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 12/04/11 12:00:00 GMT Verbatim to reveal the creativity and beauty of colour tunable OLED lighting at Fuori Salone Eschborn 9 February 2011 - Verbatim will reveal the world's first commercially available, organic LED (OLED) lighting panels that are colour tunable, white tone tunable and dimmable during the Fuori Salone show in Milan from April 12-17. Verbatim will be located at Design Library srl, Via Savona 11, 20144 Milan. The company's OLED display will be created by lighting designer Satoshi Uchihara, who has designed World Heritage Site installations, such as Kinkakuji, in Kyoto, Japan. The display will incorporate one of the world's largest OLED panels* at approximately 14cm x 14cm. http://www.verbatim-europe.com 09/02/11 12:00:00 GMT