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We've seen the occasional PIP-Boy-esque wearable in the past, and now more details have emerged on this flexible OLED that we first peeped at CES in January. The 4-inch organic electroluminescent display sports up to 1.67 million colors, QVGA (320 x 240) 100ppi resolution, and can be bent to a curv

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Good thing Halloween is months away. You'll need that time to hone your sewing skills in the noble quest to create a Daft Punk suit of your very own. Instructables has everything you need (except the electroluminescent wire, soldering iron, heat gun, and pleather tracksuit) to build an EL suit wort

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While Planar was all about snazzy projectors and enviable plasmas at CEDIA, the firm is branching out a bit with its latest displays. The transparent and segment electroluminescent (TASEL) displays join the firm's family of EL displays and offer up the \"added benefits of transparency and the ability

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Although names, numbers, and logos are commonplace figures on your average sports jersey, electroluminescent displays could be the next big thing to hit professional sports. In what's sure to elicit drooling from advertising firms everywhere, the University of Australia's Mitchell Page and Andrew Va

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Soner Ozenc, the design guru who brought us the Sajjadah 1426 Prayer Rug about this time last year, has wowed onlookers at the London Design Festival yet again with his electroluminescent style. Apparently Ozenc has been passing the time (ahem) by crafting a svelte room partitioner (or snazzy wall

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