Rollable OLED screen

Sony's latest flexible display prototype is thin and sturdy enough to be wrapped up while still showing video images. The 4.1-inch screen has a resolution of 432 by 240 pixels, which is similar to that offered by many mass-market cell phones.

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+68 1. Zebedee commented 10 years ago

I've seen the future. And we'll all still be watching TV.
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+9 2. player1 commented 10 years ago

wow that is cool! i would glue this to the back of my glases...how nice would that be ha? 8-)
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+11 3. CrackrJak commented 10 years ago

Your next generation smart phone will have a screen that pulls out from the side of the phone like this.
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+7 4. gazisere commented 10 years ago

imagine lining the bottom of an aircraft with it, then mounting cameras to the top facing up, and projecting the image to the screens on bottom, instant invisibility. could be used on many types of vehicles...
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+3 5. Voutelamberopipi commented 10 years ago

the only way to make twilight look cool
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+22 6. Kreker commented 10 years ago

So, soon we will be even able to watch movie on toilet paper. Then we can finally wipe our asses with movies we don't like.
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+6 7. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

This can make people buy newspapers again!
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-5 8. woodhatch commented 10 years ago

Harry Potter's idea comes to life!!!!
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+11 9. badboy007 commented 10 years ago

no #5 twlight ruins everything
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+3 10. irishgek commented 10 years ago

this is one step close to getting rid of paper ...i would love to see the day when a stickey note is just a flex screen with a touch sensitve memmory built.
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+4 11. RaMoZ commented 10 years ago

#10 I hope humanity doesn't last that long :)
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+2 12. kaleemyork commented 10 years ago

wow amazing video and screen :)
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+2 13. Vaithan commented 10 years ago

T.V bog roll >:)
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+1 14. orion commented 10 years ago

Video in newspaper... J.K.Rowling has more aptitude in divination than Trelawney :)
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+2 15. AmazingNixxo commented 10 years ago

Can't wait until they replace this whit ordinary newspapers! So that I can get a HD screen thrown at the house every morning instead of a paper!
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+2 16. medicino commented 10 years ago

Minority Report its truly a window to the near future. 8-) 8-)
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+2 17. chuchesaku commented 10 years ago

#6 indeed! And you will be able to see the movie playing on the toilet paper while flushing it down hehe >:)
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+2 18. forthepeople commented 10 years ago

And you thought the movie "Red Planet" (2000) was garbage. HA
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-1 19. Gochella commented 10 years ago

Philips from Holland (The Netherlands) was the first company who invented this
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+1 20. ttrtww commented 10 years ago

Finally I can have a TV on my curved wall
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+1 21. richardleed commented 9 years ago

It looks like it's cracking horizontally and vertically.
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+1 22. kragus commented 9 years ago

I see dead pixels.
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0 23. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

See Me Rollin' , They Hatin'
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+1 24. fugitivegoose commented 8 years ago

I freaking love technology