Flexible display screens are popular for advertising Published：2018-09-03
Electronic paper displays which can be rolled up have been developed by E Ink. At the CES 2006, Philips showed a flexible display prototype, with a screen capable of retaining an image for several months without electricity.As of 2007 Philips Polymer Vision expected to launch a 5-inch, 320 x 240-pixel flexible display based on E Ink’s electrophoretic technology.
Some flexible organic light-emitting diode displays have been demonstrated.The first commercially sold flexible display was an electronic paper wristwatch.
A flexible display screen is an important part of the development of the roll-away computer.
Flexible led displays have many advantages over glass: better durability, lighter weight, thinner dimensions, and can be perfectly curved and used in many devices. Moreover, the major difference between glass and flexible display is that the display area of a flexible display can be bigger than the device itself; If a flexible device measuring, for example, 5 inches in diagonal and a roll of 7.5mm, it can be stored in a device smaller than the screen itself and close to 15mm in thickness.
With the flat panel display having already been widely used more than 40 years, there have been many desired changes in the display technology, focusing on developing a lighter, thinner product that was easier to carry and store. Through the development of flexible displays in recent years, scientists and engineers agree that flexible flat panel display technology has huge market potential in the future.
Flexible displays can be used in many places:
1. Mobile devices.
2. Laptops and PDAs.
3. A permanently conformed display that securely fits around the wrists.
4. A child's mask for Halloween and other uses.
5. An odd-shaped display integrated in a steering wheel or automobile.
These are some of the many uses for flexible displays.