9 February 2007 New developments in flexible cholesteric liquid crystal displays
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Flexible Cholesteric liquid crystal displays have been rapidly maturing into a strong contender in the flexible display market. Encapsulation of the Cholesteric liquid crystal permits the use of flexible plastic substrates and roll-to-roll production. Recent advances include ultra-thin displays, laser-cut segmented displays of variable geometry, and smart card applications. Exciting technologies such as simultaneous laser-edge sealing and singulation enable high volume production, excellent quality control and non-traditional display geometries and formats.
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Tod Schneider, Donald J. Davis, Sean Franklin, Nithya Venkataraman, Diaz McDaniel, Forrest Nicholson, Erica Montbach, Asad Khan, J. William Doane, "New developments in flexible cholesteric liquid crystal displays", Proc. SPIE 6487, Emerging Liquid Crystal Technologies II, 64870J (9 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.701282; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.701282
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