By Topic

back to article  |  Figures
All Figures

Technology Advances in Flexible Displays and Substrates

Figure 1

Figure 1
The gradual emergence of plastic substrate-based AMOLED display applications.

Figure 2

Figure 2
Progression in the development of flexible AMOLED technology and products.

Figure 3

Figure 3
Developmental trend of handheld devices.

Figure 4

Figure 4
Challenges of flexible AMOLEDs.

Figure 5

Figure 5
Flexible substrate-handling technology comparison of lamination and FlexUP.

Figure 6

Figure 6
Effect of substrate bending on TFT performance.

Figure 7

Figure 7
The flexibility improvement of new OLED device structure.

Figure 8

Figure 8
Flexible AMOLED display development at ITRI.

Figure 9

Figure 9
Schematic cross-section diagram of an i2R panel.

Figure 10

Figure 10
Two stable states of i2R e-paper: (a) planar state, and (b) focal conic state.

Figure 11

Figure 11
The R2R process flow of i2R (left) and finished e-paper measuring 3 meter long (right).

Figure 12

Figure 12
The passive matrix addressing (a) an e-banner and (b) an e-signage.

Figure 13

Figure 13
(a)The commercial portable-thermal printer Pentax PocketJet 3, (b) the mechanical structure of thermal-printer module, and (c) addressing mechanism.

Figure 14

Figure 14
Demonstration of a Chinese landscape painting with the thermal addressing i2R e-paper.

Figure 15

Figure 15
The reliability results of the re-writing test.

Figure 16

Figure 16
New applications of e-paper for (a) e-card Formula$(6 {\rm cm}\times 9 {\rm cm})$, (b) e-tag Formula$(13 {\rm cm}\times 16 {\rm cm})$, (c) e-badge Formula$(6 {\rm cm}\times 9 {\rm cm})$ and (d) e-ticket Formula$(5.4 {\rm cm}\times 8.5 {\rm cm})$.

Figure 17

Figure 17
Photo of the R2R machine with dual functionality: (1) Inco ming quality control in the far end, (2) Lamination in the near end of the photo.

Figure 18

Figure 18
Key results of R2R technology including individual process stations and fully integrated touch panels.

Figure 19

Figure 19
Results of the IGZO TFT array fabricated on 100-Formula$\mu{\rm m}$ ultrathin glass with a bond/de-bond process.

comments powered by Disqus