Plastic Logic showcases e-paper R&D initiatives
Check out the world's first colour flexible plastic display with video rate driven by OTFTs
Plastic Logic opened the doors of it's Cambridge lab on 27 June, to give journalists and analysts an insight into some of its research and development projects. As well as demonstrating the world's first colour flexible plastic display with video rate driven by organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs), the company was also keen to show off some of its other innovations, including, transmissive backplanes, ultra-thin form factors and plastic displays embedded with silicon chips.
Here are nine tiles which have been connected together to make a railway timetable, but much larger displays could be made by connecting 12, 20 or even 30 tiles together. This could be used to create low-power electronic billboards or display panels. A stack of tiles can fit into a briefcase, and then be assembled on-site for use in business presentations, or to create animated signs.