TCL CSOT has announced a new 17-inch Printed OLED Scrolling Display that is just 0.18mm thick and can fit anywhere, as the company says, "just like a scroll painting."
Benefiting from TCL CSOT's cutting-edge inkjet printing technology, with a 100% color gamut, it significantly enhances the quality of the display. It can be widely applied across flexible TVs, curved and foldable displays, and transparent commercial displays.
Its OLED RGB self-luminous devices are manufactured with high-precision inkjet printing technology, without the need for fine metal masks.
I'm not really sure if they have an actual prototype product or not; I liked the reveal of the concept in the 2000 movie Red Planet, which looks remarkably similar to the reveal presented above.
Against one wall a wide sheet of clear material suddenly flared with light and swirling colour. It steadied and a woman stared from the screen...
(Read more about E.C. Tubs' flexible wall sheet display)
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