Thin LED emitting light beneath outline of Campanile

Atomically thin LED opens possibility for ‘invisible’ displays

Berkeley engineers have built a bright-light emitting device that is just three atoms thick and fully transparent when turned off. The device opens the door to wall or window displays that could disappear when not in use, or to futuristic applications such as light-emitting tattoos.


Topics: Berkeley Engineering in the News, EECS, Devices & inventions