Stretchable Displays Are No longer Myth - According to Samsung Display

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Samsung Display, one of the child division of Samsung Electronics today announced that it will be showcasing land-marking displays at SID 2017 (Society for Information Display) in Los Angeles,,which will be begin today 23rd of May.

Among the displays Samsung Display will be showcasing is a 9.1-inch stretchable OLED panel that can be "deformed" in more than two directions compared to conventional flexible OLED panels that dominates high-end TVs and Monitors markets at the moment, which can be bend, roll or fold in only one direction.

When the screen is pressed, it is stretched up and down and uses elasticity to recover, unlike the conventional ones that dents like a rubber balloon when pressed. Samsung said it has developed a high level of scalable technology that maintains the original image quality while increasing the screen to a depth of up to 12 mm when the display is pressed through steady research and development.

The firm plans to use it for wearable, Internet of Things (IoT), AI and car display.

Other displays that will be showcase at the event includes a 1.96-inch UHD (3840x2160) display with an astounding pixel density of 2250PPI that will be use for AR (Aurgumented Reality), VR (Virtual Reality) and Holograms; a 3.5-inch display with 858PPI for VR devices; a 27-inch full-HD LCD curved monitor with 144GHz refresh rate; a 34-inch QHD+ (3440x1440) LCD curved monitor, and a 65-inch frameless LCD curved TV.


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