Future of high-tech could be highly flexible

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Future of high-tech could be highly flexible

Future of high-tech could be highly flexible

Posted: June 15, 2012

ASU’s Flexible Display Center is working to develop full-color, full-motion flexible video and text display devices like the prototype pictured here. 

Arizona State University engineers and scientists are at the forefront of efforts to bring the world flexible electronics.

At the Flexible Display Center, located at the ASU Research Park, they’re working with the U.S. Army and industry partners on technological advances that promise to someday produce lightweight video and text display devices that could be folded, rolled up or even wrapped around an arm.

In a recent TV interview the center’s director, Nicholas Colaneri, talked about progress in development of flexible technology and its potential to spawn new industries.

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