Monday, January 11, 2016

LG Flexible display at CES

Several companies have announced flexible displays, but LG has actually been using them in their G Flex phones for some time. 

They demoed a large one in the Auto section at CES last week that can be, literally, rolled up like a newspaper. It could be used on cylindrical or curved surfaces (like a dash board, architectural column or a wrist/arm band.)

It's less than a millimeter thick and It uses OLED technology– with individually lit pixels (as opposed to backlighting) resulting in blacker blacks and higher dynamic range displays along with more portability.

They displayed a PoC at CES last year, but it looks like they're about ready for production.

Here's a short video of the technology from The Verge at CES:

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