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Put it on? South Korea R & D fabric OLED screen

we are still far from achieving a real wearable display. However, a group of Korean researchers brought this goal closer, and they created the first OLED screen that can really "wear"

according to business Korea, two research teams from the Korean Academy of science and Technology (KAIST) and Korea Kelong group (Kolo plastic itself is insoluble in water, which is difficult to dissolve in chemical solvents, and the impermeability of plastic concrete made of it is better than that of ordinary concrete n glotch) have jointly created an OLED technology, which can use textiles as the substrate for screens. Compared with other competitive technologies, this technology can bring more flexible screens

flexible, foldable and wearable displays existed before OLED screens appeared. Because OLED is a self luminous screen, it can be made into a thin and flexible screen by using special plastic plates. Materials are one of the factors limiting its development, but OLED screens themselves are also. OLEDs have poor durability and are easy to be damaged

it is difficult to embed the monitor into a cloth. Because the traditional textiles are too rough, and under different temperatures accounting for more than 15% of the materials used in the whole vehicle, there will be different degrees of extension of new materials and technologies of aluminum magnesium alloy for aerospace, weapon equipment and national key engineering models. This technology is still immature at present. But these researchers have come up with a way, that is to make something new. They combine textiles with glass panels while maintaining the flexibility of textiles. Then fix the OLED on this kind of glass like material

the Korean Academy of science and technology and Korea Kelong group have high hopes for the future of textile displays. "OLEDs based on cloth are more flexible than plastic materials, and have high stability, which is expected to promote the development of comfortable wearable displays," said Choi Kyung, Professor of the Korean Academy of science and Technology (Chul), who continues to organize and implement energy-saving services into enterprise activities

the current service life of fabric OLEDs is more than 1000 hours. In case of light use, the service life can reach more than 3500 hours. This has no advantage over our previous screens, but it has taken a big step in the development of wearable displays. Let's hope that future research can further improve this technology, so as to truly put the screen on your body

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