The first flexible touch E Ink display

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) in Arizona University has developed a flexible touch e ink display - that's the first of its kind.

The device that was demonstrated uses plastic materials as a substitute for the glass found in conventional touch screens; the flexible Teonex® polyethylene napthalate (PEN) substrate was supplied by Dupont. It is powered by amorphous silicon thin-film transistors fabricated on the plastic substrate.

Posted: Mar 23,2009 by Ron Mertens