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British Develop New Rollable Video Display

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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We’re still waiting for Sony’s OLED display, but thanks to a team of British scientists it seems that we’re soon to go one better with The Quantum Dot.

Light emitting dots 100,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair are printed onto fabric or even paper creating an unbelievely thin screen. Thanks to their tiny size the wavelengths produced can be finely adjusted to produce colour. Since these dot are printed the screen dimentions are virtually limitless. In a few years we may even have video wallpaper!

The quantum dot technology is expected to be unveiled late next year and flexible displays quite a while longer.

Source: Daily Mail

Posted 11th Dec 2011
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  • Ah but how many times will you have to change it?

  • i kinda think video wall paper will be £100/cm^2