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Arizona display center develops 7.4-inch protoype OLED

5/31/2012 10:10 PM EDT
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selinz
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re: Arizona display center develops 7.4-inch protoype OLED
selinz   6/1/2012 11:48:55 PM
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Nothign was said about flexibility, other than an OLED was made at the flexible display center. Certainly OLED's have been in production for quite some time. Perhaps there is a known "rule of thumb" for how flexible flexible has to be...

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nicolas.mokhoff   6/1/2012 3:25:41 PM
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chanj: FDC is claiming all the right stuff for the device, but then they are really addressing the needs of the U.S. Army on this project. No doubt the technology will trickle down to commercial interests thru partnerships or licensing and eventually end up in consumer devices in 3 to 5 years according to this interview with Colaneri: http://www.display-central.com/flexible-display-center-show-igzo-oled-sid12/

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re: Arizona display center develops 7.4-inch protoype OLED
chanj0   5/31/2012 11:08:23 PM
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Technology gets better everyday. How soon this product can be in mass production? If the specialized equipment and process are eliminated, does it equivalent to reducing cost of production; effectively, benefiting consumers? Further information are welcomed.

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