Plastic Logic unveils latest concept design
January 8, 2013
Plastic Logic today unveiled the latest concept design at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2013) in Las Vegas (NV), USA.
Over the past six months, the company has worked on developing a range of innovative concepts, both on its own and with industry partners, in order to showcase applications and potential products using flexible plastic displays of varying sizes.
Examples include a real-time wristwatch,
a companion epaper accessory for mobile phones
and PaperTab, a Human Media Lab research project, which developed a revolutionary paper tablet revealing the possible future of computing.
Other applications are being worked on together with partners with the plan to showcase these in the coming months.
The flexible plastic displays from Plastic Logic are not only thin, light and robust but they can also be post-processed, allowing integration and embedding in non-flat surfaces.
Steve Marsh, Vice President Sales elaborates: "Plastic Logic's revolutionary flexible plastic displays enable innovative design approaches, which were previously impossible when using standard glass-based display technology. These recent concept designs are a great way to open up designers' imaginations, which are currently the only limiting factor to the creative applications possible. We are currently working with system and brand companies to enable them to take products using our flexible, plastic displays to market".
Companies interested in integrating Plastic Logic's flexible display technology in applications and end devices should please send enquiry details to firstname.lastname@example.org.