Vitriflex

  • Develops an all-metal oxide transparent barrier film; claims performance, price, and scalability advantages over incumbent solutions, especially for wide-web applications
  • The technology was originally developed for solar, but then pivoted to quantum dot (QD) and organic light-emitting d...

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