LG made the world’s first high-resolution and rubber-like display, you will be able to see the quality

Photo:IANS The world’s first high-resolution and rubber-like display

World’s First High Resolution Display: LG Display on Tuesday launched the world’s first 12-inch high-resolution display that is expandable up to 20 percent and is equipped with the best-quality free-form technology to magnify it without any distortion or damage. Enables folding and turning.

As per an official report, the new display offers a resolution of 100ppi (pixels per inch), full-color RGB, high flexibility, durability and reliability, maximizing its potential for commercialization.

12-inch display

This 12-inch display, which is based on a highly flexible film-type substrate made from the special silicone used in contact lenses, has rubber band-like flexibility and can be extended up to 14 inches.

According to the company, LG Display’s stretchable display is the result of the company’s massive national R&D project to be led by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of South Korea in 2020.

A company working with the aim of taking the industry forward

Since then it has been working with over twenty organizations in the industrial-academic sector of South Korea with the aim of advancing the country’s next generation of display industry. “We will successfully complete this project to enhance the competitiveness of Korean display technology while leading the industry paradigm shift,” LG Display Executive Vice President and CTO Soo-Young Eun said in a statement.

The Stretchable Display is a slim, lightweight design and its revolutionary technology delivers the next level of quality for a variety of everyday scenarios. In addition, it can be quickly attached to curved surfaces such as skin, clothing, furniture, automobiles and aircraft. This unique innovation increases the performance potential across a variety of industries, including fashion, wearable technology, mobility and gaming, the report said.

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