Who says a screen has to be flat or rectangular? The future of OLED is ultra thin, flexible, and can be wrapped around a 4mm cylinder. Images can be displayed from this rolled-up screen revealed by Sony. Designers make this possible by taking out the rigid driver IC chips and incorporating organic thin-film transistors and OLED technology. With resolutions of 430 x 240 pixels, the display is nevertheless only developed as a prototype. The display measures 4.1 inches and is .2 mm thick. Super thin and flexible, the future of OLED will greatly transform the face of communication and entertainment in the future.
The video clip below shows the rollable OLED in action:
The summary below gives readers a quick review of the rollable OLED panel specifications
- size of a panel: 4.1 inch wide
- number of pixels: 432 x 240 x RGB pixels
- size of a pixel: 210μm x 210μm
- resolution: 121 ppi (pixels per inch)
- number of colors: 16,777,216
- peak luminance: >100 cd/m2
- contrast ratio: >1000:1
- minimum bending radius: 4 mm
- driving scheme: 2T-1C voltage programming with OTFTs
- thickness of a panel: 80μm
Read the press review via the link here.