Introducing the Royole transparent, rollable keyboard
The Royole keyboard has been re-designed. It's small, smooth, efficient and compatible with all devices. Users can use their Royole keyboards on any surface with ease.
Touch in flexible displays: which technologies will prevail?
The technologies seeking to unseat ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) are by now themselves old, at least in the sense that they have been around for a decade and a half. They seem to have been forever in the waiting mode, anticipating the arrival of their major breakthrough. A key differentiator has long been higher flexibility and foldability over ITO. The question now is how will different technology options fare given that the paradigm shift towards flexible displays is finally upon us despite the recent product launch delays?
Transparent Conductive Films and Materials: Transition from old to new
The market composition of transparent conductive films and materials has not dramatically shifted for some years. It is heavily reliant upon select markets such as flat consumer small/medium sized electronic touch screens. Indeed, the IDTechEx Research report Transparent Conductive Films and Materials 2018-2028: Forecasts, Technologies, Players puts this reliance around 85-90% today. The emergence of new applications has also been slower than many had predicted and hoped. This report finds that so-called 'old' applications are still the vast majority of the market.
First commercial foldable smartphone with flexible display
Royole Corporation, manufacturer of next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products, including advanced flexible displays, flexible sensors, and smart devices, is showcasing its full line of fully flexible display and flexible sensor technologies.
Royole, Airbus enter partnership on flexible electronic technologies
Royole Corporation and Airbus China Innovation Centre have formally signed a strategic memorandum of understanding. The two parties will collaborate to develop applications that implement flexible electronic technologies in various environments and investigate the possibilities for commercial cooperation.
The Most Significant Material Science News of 2018
Advancements in material science and material processing will always play a central role in any technological progression. IDTechEx has been providing leading market analysis on a broad range of advanced materials and their technology analysts have given their pick of the key news stories from 2018.
Emerging Technology Highlights from the IDTechEx Show!
Approximately 3,500 attendees from 42 countries attended the IDTechEx Show!, which featured 284 exhibiting organizations. The event, held in Santa Clara, California, is unique in bringing together eight key technologies with the organizations that seek to use them.
Printed Electronics World Firsts in 2018
With the end of the year in sight IDTechEx looks back and reviews what has been new in the world of printed electronics in the last 12 months.
Royole Corporation First to Market with a Foldable Display?
IDTechEx predicted that the first foldable OLED displays would come to market in 2018, based on our research for the report "OLED Display Forecasts and Technologies 2019-2029"
Printed Electronics: Key Trends
IDTechEx finds that the total market for printed, flexible and organic electronics in 2018 is $31.6 Billion. This is based on new research conducted by IDTechEx for the report Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics 2019-2029.
Mass production of flexible displays at Royole campus
Royole Corporation announced that its massive 1.1-million-square-foot Quasi-G6 Mass Production Campus in Shenzhen, China is up and running for mass production of fully flexible displays.
Emerging Technology at CES 2018
IDTechEx has attended CES 2018. This article will show the highlights in various emerging technologies.
Royole, a Shenzhen-based company, was founded in 2012 based on Dr Bill Liu's research on flexible displays at Standard University.
Ultra-thin transparent flexible sensors on winning selfie stick
Instead of physical buttons found on traditional selfie sticks, multi-function flexible sensors wrap around the device handle and allow users to easily control all camera functions such as: focus, filter selection, front and rear camera selection, recording, shutter, and more.
Royole develops the technology to manufacture flexible AMOLED displays. In 2014, the company demonstrated a flexible display with a thickness of only 10 microns. They are based in the Silicon Valley and in Shenzhen (China).
World's thinnest full-color flexible display
Royole Corporation has successfully demonstrated the world's thinnest full-color flexible display. The thickness of the whole display is only about 0.01 mm (10 μm), which is less than one fifth the diameter of the human hair.