Smartphones of near future may shift shapes

09/25/2013 | Computerworld

Future smartphones may be bendable and stretchable, according to this article. Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles have developed a light-emitting electronic display by placing a single layer of an electro-luminescent polymer blend between a pair of new transparent, elastic-composite electrodes. "Our new material is the building block for fully stretchable electronics for consumer devices," says Qibing Pei, UCLA professor of materials science and engineering. "We believe that fully stretchable interactive OLED displays that are as thin as wallpaper will be achieved in the near future."

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