We’ve talked about flexible, bendable screens in the past – for example, Sony’s flexible OTFT OLED display. Here is more proof that flexible displays are indeed closer to reality.
Taiwan-based Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has come up with a production technique that would allow for cost-effective, mass-production of these types of displays, including both LCD and OLED screens. The technique called FlexUPD involves placing a layer of material between the flexible substrate and the glass, which would allow for easier removal (peeling) of the display from the glass.
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