- InovisCoat GmbH
- 11.07 square metre(s)
- Germany (Monheim)
The largest electroluminescent film is 11.07 m² (119 ft² 22 in²), achieved by InovisCoat GmbH (Germany) as measured at their premises in Monheim, Germany, on 13 September 2016.
The film was constructed in one continuous, large piece and was presented during the LED professional Symposium +Expo 2016 in Bregenz, Austria, on 20 September 2016.
An electroluminescent film is a thin, flexible film constructed from semiconducting and dielectric materials, which emits light when a particular potential difference is applied. They are being explored as materials for flexible displays, or light-emitting posters.