Trust the Japanese to come up with giant robots and the ilk – here we are with a new rubbery, stretchable OLED display which can be bent any way you want it without breaking. These rubber-like OLEDs won’t come in color at this point in time, offering only monochrome graphics with a maximum resolution of just 256 pixels. Hopefully the University of Tokyo team behind this will be able to roll out the next iteration that has color and an increased resolution soon. Some of the potential use singled out for these new flexible OLED displays are for moving or spherical objects, boasting the ability to be folded a thousand times without suffering a drop in quality. Neat!
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