Friday, May 25, 2007

A flexible TV Screen

Sony has just announced their new "baby": flexible paper-thin displays.

They have been working on screens made with organic light-emitting diodes for some time now, in order to create this new generation of displays that not only will allow to save energy, but will also allow to embed these "flexible TVs" almost everywhere.

Sony claims they have been able to create this by developing a new technology that uses plastic instead of glass to make OLED screens that can actually bend. Its 2.5-inch prototype weighs only 1.5 grams.

The ideas for this kind of product are endless. Just use your imagination...

Source: CNET's Crave Blog

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