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This clip shows Sony’s new flexible OLED display. Its only 0.3mm thick and fully flexible. You can see how the presenter is bending it and how the movie is still being played
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4″ Flexible AMOLED on stainless foil by LG Display encapsulated by Vitex’s thin film Barix
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4″ Flexible AMOLED on stainless foil by LG Display, UDC and encapsulated by Vitex’s thin film Barix. It was shown in LGD booth.
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Hidden within Nokia’s Future Lounge, this very flexible display offers up a glimpse of what sort of thing we could possibly be dealing with when we roll up to Nokia World in 2021. The prototype Nokia Kinetic Device, including its display, can be flexed across both the vertical and horizontal planes — with bending and twisting motions controlling the interface. If you bend the screen towards yourself, it acts as a selection function, or zooms in on any pictures you’re viewing. In music mode, you can navigate, play and pause with the tactile interface. It’s still a way off from arriving on phones, though Nokia is aiming to whet developers’ appetites with this prototype. We may have seen some twisty interfaces already, but nothing packing a four-inch screen and built-in functionality like this. Nokia couldn’t confirm the screen technology being used. Could that be a flexible AMOLED display? See those impressive viewing angles and contortions after the break and judge for yourself.
source: samsung-fun.ru The South Korean company Samsung unveiled at CES 2011 prototype media player with a flexible AMOLED-display. The device has a 4.5-inch display with a WVGA-resolution 840×480 pixels, and holds technology AMOLED. Flexible panels can be rolled into a cylinder and it is absolutely nothing happens. Panel thickness of 0,3 mm. Maybe after some time, such displays, developed by experts of Samsung, will enter mass production
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Flexibility of a monochrome 4-in. bottom emission QVGA AMOLED display fabricated by the FDC was demonstrated. The PHOLED was integrated on an a-Si TFT backplane fabricated with FDCs 180°C process on DuPont Teijin Films heat-stabilized PEN. More at www.oled-display.net and http
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Flexible and thin 2″ OLED in the epassport with thin film encapsulation technology