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Philips rolls on with rollable displays

Jan 27, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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According to a story at DeviceForge.com, Philips has developed actual prototypes of ultrathin, large-area, rollable, organics-based displays, and has begun to move the technology towards an “industrially feasible” production process. The displays combine active-matrix polymer driving electronics with a reflective “electronic ink” front plane on an extremely thin sheet of plastic. To advance the process of productizing the technology, Philips has formed an internal venture group named “Polymer Vision” within its Philips Technology Incubator.

Find out more about Phillips's rollable organic displays at DeviceForge.com.

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