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The company is also talking more about several different barrier applications. These include an encapsulation barrier for OLEDs, and the barrier layer in solar cells and panels. That barrier layer would weigh 97 percent less than the 3-mm-thick glass that’s used today.

You can watch a video here that describes the glass, including the importance of roll-to-roll processes and conformable displays. At 1:20, Dipak Chowdhury, Willow Glass program director, begins describing the anatomy of a typical display, which is shown in an exploded drawing that includes substrates, color filters, thin-film transistor (TFT) array, cover material, and touch sensor layers. He says that today, this adds up to a thickness of 2 mm to 3 mm, but that 0.1 mm (100 microns) thick Willow Glass could replace all of it in the future by performing all of these functions. That’s because of the material’s formulation. The glass was designed to perform exceptionally well with electronic components, and has excellent surface, thermal, and optical properties.


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Flexible electronic circuits are not new. They’re used in watches, cameras, cell phones, and several small and/or portable consumer devices, as well as automotive and aerospace applications. But the type of electronics that can be printed with these technologies has been limited. ISORG has developed large area organic electronics image sensors and organic photo detectors with printed electronics, which gives them low current consumption, as well as thin profiles, light weight, and a low cost-to-area ratio. ISORG has been working on implementing these optical sensors on plastic and glass substrates for several years.

Meanwhile, Plastic Logic, a leader in plastic transistor R&D, has achieved volume production of its flexible, unbreakable, daylight-readable plastic displays, in both color and monochrome versions. A short video demonstrates a 12 fps color video animation on the company’s flexible displays, which Plastic Logic says is a first, since refresh rates on this type of display are usually too slow for video.

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