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|22nd August 2009, 16:40||#1|
Researchers create new flexible LED
A team of scientists from the United States, Singapore and China have created a new LED that uses technology based on video billboards that can now be turned into flexible displays.
The new inorganic LEDs are tiny, ultra-thin and are able to shine brighter and longer than regular LEDs. They can be placed in clothing, used as tail lights and utilized in a laundry list of other products. Essentially, researchers printed large arrays of ultra-thin, ultra-small inorganic LEDs that were interconnected, creating a new high-resolution display that is impressive to look at.
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