Graphene is the key to tougher flexible OLED displays
Just think: clothes made of unbreakable screens.
Your clothing could soon have stealthy heart rate sensors
You could even chuck it in the washing machine.
Japan Display battles Samsung's OLED with curved LCD screens
The screens can bend thanks to plastic instead of glass on the back.
You can cut this display with scissors
Imagine wearable screens that can take any shape.
Nanofiber film could lead to electronic skin
It's very conductive, very transparent, and importantly... very cheap.
Graphene e-paper is brighter and bendier
And it should be ready within a year.
Extra-thin LEDs put a screen on your skin
It's almost a light-up tattoo.
Flexible smartphones may be coming sooner than you think
With bend sensors and haptic feedback, a new prototype acts just like a book.
Stretchable square of rubber doubles as a keyboard
Takes us a step closer to fetishwear you can type on.