Konica Minolta aims to achieve yet another first in the world with the mass production of flexible OLED lights sometime later this year. This comes about after receiving the manufacturing technology from GE which relies on polymer light emitting materials and printing technologies to make it possible. They ain’t half bad in terms of lifespan as well, with the flexible OLED sheets hitting around 3,000 hours of offering a brightness level of 1000 cd/m². No word on pricing, but we do hope to see more interesting lamp styles and designs incorporated with flexible OLED lights. Perhaps the designers at Ikea can make a meal out of this with an entire flexible OLED range?