Flexible, Organic Bi-Stable Displays - Technology and Applications (Printed Electronics Europe 2013)

Dr Bernd Zimmermann, Process Integration Manager
Plastic Logic
Apr 17, 2013.


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Presentation Summary

Flexible displays are the next revolution in the display industry. Plastic Logic has developed a technology based on organic electronics to create fully flexible, bi-stable plastic displays, which not only make mobile devices lighter, thinner and considerably more rugged, but also will radically change the way we interact with display devices, making the user experience more intuitive and natural. This presentation will give an insight into the underlying technology, including recent progress and challenges past that went into developing Plastic Logic's flexible plastic displays (colour and monochrome in different sizes) and achieving important milestones, such as the demonstration of video animation (12 fps). Flexible, bendable displays are set to transform existing markets, such as signage, wrist watches and wearable devices, automotive, as well as many others. This presentation will give an insight into some of the new concept designs and revolutionary form-factors enabled by this innovative technology.

Company Profile (Plastic Logic)

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Plastic Logic develops and manufactures high-quality flexible plastic displays (colour and monochrome) of various sizes. These daylight readable displays are ultra-lightweight, super thin and very robust with low battery consumption, offering huge advantages over conventional screens as they are extremely flexible with proven lifetimes of over five years and more than 10 million page updates. Flexible, bendable displays enable revolutionary design possibilities and are set to transform existing markets, such as signage, wristwatches and wearable devices, automotive as well as many others. For more information on Plastic Logic, please visit www.plasticlogic.com
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