Due to the flat panel display has already been wildly used more than 40 years, there have been lots of requests for change in the display technology to a lighter, thinner and easier way to carry and storage. Through the development of rollable display in recently years, the scientists and engineers agree that the flexible flat panel display technology has the huge potential market and industry in the future .
Rollable display can be used in many places:
1. Mobile devices.
2. Laptops and PDAs.
3. A permanently conformed display that securely fits around the wrists.
4.A child's mask for Halloween and other uses.
5.An odd-shaped display integrated in a steering wheel or automobile.
Overall, there are plenty of new devices and technologies will be invented with the development of rollable display technique.
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