Bendy .tv™ is a news source about bendy technology, including bendy e reader, screen, mobile and TV! This telescoping / folding laptop graphic, right, which appeared in PC Magazine, is designed by Kenn Brown and Chris Wren of Mondolithic / Kontent Studios. Blogs lend themselves to technology news, since posts in chronological order, descending. Few commercial productions of flexible oled have been released, as far as newspaper ereaders, mobile, or TV. It is the mission of this website to follow touch screen technology as it progresses, with chronological updates that fit blog algorithm. Welcome, and enjoy!
Bendy TV is here! This is Samsung’s offering for the living room. Pretty snazzy. The curved screen gives you better sense of depth with greater contrast at every angle! It is called,
The Samsung Ultra High Definition 4K TV
Samsung claims more than 8 million pixels of resolution, with detail and color that are true to life. All traditional content from broadcast to cable to blue ray and other sources is automatically upscaled to 4K in a process that includes: analysis, noise reduction, upscaling, and Detail. This unit showcases innovations, which improve color, detail, and contrast. One of the innovations is Auto Depth Enhancer Technology.
Unveiled at Hongik University in South Korea in June 2010, a new smartphone concept by Professor. Haeseong J. Jee and Hye Yeon You is to be comprised of plastic polymer substrate instead of glass. This will allow the display to be curled around a one-inch cylinder! Samsung has confirmed that the production of these super flexible amoled displays may make their debut in 2012.
Nov 2010: Samsung Shows Off Foldable Concept on Large Screen at FDP International 2010. Samsung realizes the future of 3D TV: bendy tv screens which allow 3D viewing from any angle – ideal to immerse yourself in the 3D experience right in your living room!
In 2008, newspaper-type roll-to-roll was explored as a more efficient method than batch of flexible OLED manufacturing!
In partnership with Energy Conversion Devices (ECD), with a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), GE moved flexible oled forward when it introduced a roll-to-roll method of display manufacturing.