Stanford University researchers have developed a proof-of-concept of a re- shapable display of a stretchy polymer called ‘super yellow’ and the synthetic plastic material polyurethane. This stretchable screen has a maximum brightness of at least two times that of a cellphone screen and can be stretched up to twice its original length without tearing.
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The display can be stuck to your skin, making a wearable electron, and is a valuable market for this technology.
“Imagine a display where you can both see and feel the three-dimensional object on the screen,”
– says Stanford University chemical engineer Zhenan Bao.
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