In Pictures: History of flexible displays

Flexible display screens are expected to become a common feature of consumer electronics in the next few years, and have recently been touted by several top-tier manufacturers.

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2005 – 2008: ASU teams with HP at Flexible Display Center After opening the Flexible Display Center facility in 2005, researchers at Arizona State University hit a few snags and were not able to complete the project in time for a demonstration originally planned to take place that year. In 2008, the project was resurrected through a partnership with HP, which resulted in a flexible e-paper prototype. By 2010, however, HP backed away from the project, announcing that it would be more useful to make thinner and lighter displays rather than flexible screens.

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