MIT scientist explains OLEDs by electrocuting a pickle.
"...Electrons pass through the pickle (or any other active organic matter) and charge the substance. When positive and negative charges collide, they release a photon (light). This pickle represents just one of millions of OLEDs in a potential display."
MIT's video below. Learn how to do-it-yourself further down.
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