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Top départ pour les écrans flexibles Youm de Samsung

Top départ pour les écrans flexibles Youm de Samsung | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Sans surprise, Samsung officialise au Consumer Electronics Show de Las Vegas sa nouvelle technologie d'écrans flexibles OLED pour appareils mobiles. Samsung a présenté un prototype d'écran flexible qui à tout d'abord semblé être un téléphone ordinaire, mais qui peut ensuite se déplier pour se transformer en tablette. Les écrans souples de ce type permettront aux fabricants de proposer des terminaux aux écrans plus robustes mais aussi pliables, enroulables ou courbés.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 : un écran flexible et incassable ?

Samsung Galaxy S4 : un écran flexible et incassable ? | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
La mode est décidément aux écrans flexibles. Après la rumeur du Google X Phone, c’est au tour du Samsung Galaxy S4 de se voir doter d’un écran incassable et flexible.
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Samsung nous fait une démonstration de son écran flexible Youm

Samsung nous fait une démonstration de son écran flexible Youm | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Attendu au tournant, l’écran flexible Youm de Samsung a eu l’occasion de faire le show durant le CES 2013. Il nous a en effet été présenté sous toutes les coutures, ou presque. Pour sûr, on s’attendait à ce que l’écran ...
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Brevets : des écrans tactiles et flexibles sensibles à la pression chez Apple

Brevets : des écrans tactiles et flexibles sensibles à la pression chez Apple | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Un nouveau brevet déposé par Apple et déniché par Applesinsider montre que la Pomme réfléchit à une nouvelle fonctionnalité pour ses écrans : la gestion de différents niveaux de pressions, grâce à un écran flexible.

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LG dévoile un écran OLED flexible et incassable de 5 pouces

LG dévoile un écran OLED flexible et incassable de 5 pouces | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Alors que Samsung peine à se lancer sur le secteur des écrans OLED flexible, LG continue de prendre de l'avance : le constructeur vient de dévoiler un prototype prometteur d'écran flexible et incassable [...]...

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LG a conçu un écran OLED flexible de 5 pouces pour les mobiles

LG a conçu un écran OLED flexible de 5 pouces pour les mobiles | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

LG se prépare à lancer ses premiers smartphones dotés d'un écran flexible.

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Samsung promises to make gadgets with flexible screen in 2012

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Everyone hurry and save your money for some gadgets with a flexible screen in 2012! Samsung recently just stated that these will be real and will soon become as common as the classic ones!

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Bendy, wrist wrappable smartphone anyone? Philips Fluid smartphone | wordlessTech

Bendy, wrist wrappable smartphone anyone? Philips Fluid smartphone | wordlessTech | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Great concept of flexible OLED screen smartphone, the Philips Fluid by designer Dinard da Mata, from Brazil. Designed for Philips, the mobile phone wraps around the wrist to become a bracelet for the fashionable, while gives an easy access on the go.


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Philips Fluid smartphone | wordlessTech | Technology and Gadgets

Philips Fluid smartphone | wordlessTech | Technology and Gadgets | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Great concept of flexible OLED screen smartphone, the Philips Fluid by designer Dinard da Mata, from Brazil. Designed for Philips, the mobile phone wraps around the wrist to become a bracelet for the fashionable, while gives an easy access on the go.

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Nokia HumanForm Nanotechnology Smartphone Concept (video)

Nokia HumanForm Nanotechnology Smartphone Concept (video) | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
The Nokia HumanForm is a visionary concept for a dynamically flexible device beyond touch screen and voice communication where technology is invisible and intuition takes over.

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Flexible Battery Could Lead to Gadgets That Fold Up [VIDEO]

Flexible Battery Could Lead to Gadgets That Fold Up [VIDEO] | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Korean scientists have created a battery that's so super-thin and flexible that it could one day lead to gadgets with big screens that can be folded away into your pocket. A big...

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Top départ pour les écrans flexibles Youm de Samsung

Top départ pour les écrans flexibles Youm de Samsung | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Sans surprise, Samsung officialise au Consumer Electronics Show de Las Vegas sa nouvelle technologie d'écrans flexibles OLED pour appareils mobiles. Samsung a présenté un prototype d'écran flexible qui à tout d'abord semblé être un téléphone ordinaire, mais qui peut ensuite se déplier pour se transformer en tablette. Les écrans souples de ce type permettront aux fabricants de proposer des terminaux aux écrans plus robustes mais aussi pliables, enroulables ou courbés.

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Un écran pliable pour le Samsung Galaxy Q ?

Un écran pliable pour le Samsung Galaxy Q ? | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Des infos relatives à un mystérieux Samsung GT-B9150, alias Galaxy Q, commencent à faire surface. L'appareil serait doté d'un écran flexible permettant de d&eacute...
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iFlex, un concept italien de smartphone flexible

iFlex, un concept italien de smartphone flexible | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

En août 2011, Apple avait déposé un brevet pour un bracelet avec un écran flexible. Aujourd’hui, en mai 2013, Christian de Poorter, un designer italien a imaginé iFlex, un smartphone flexible. Ce designer souhaite illustrer les futures possibilités qui s’offrent à la technologie flexible.


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iPhone 6 : un concept avec de l’écran flexible dedans

iPhone 6 : un concept avec de l’écran flexible dedans | Flexible screen | Scoop.it
Les produits Apple ont tendance à fasciner les créatifs de tout poil et c’est ainsi que nous avons vu passer un bon nombre de concepts pour l’iPhone 5S, l’iPhone 6 ou même iOS 7.

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Record: un écran flexible de 42 pouces

Record: un écran flexible de 42 pouces | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Il s'agit d'un record en matière d'écran flexible. L'entreprise japonaise Plastic Logic, en collaboration avec Toppan, a récemment dévoilé un prototype d'écran flexible d'une taille de 42 pouces, soit 107 cm. Son épaisseur est tout aussi impressionnante: 3 mm.


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PaperTab: A Flexible Location-Aware E-Ink Screen Of The Future | Edudemic

PaperTab: A Flexible Location-Aware E-Ink Screen Of The Future | Edudemic | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Posted by Jeff Dunn

 

"Here’s a piece of tech that you should keep an eye on. It’s a stunning innovation that combines some of the best features of your favorite tablets and e-readers into one screen. Yes, a screen.

 

"PaperTab is still in development (as you can see in the above video) but has me pretty excited as I imagine it could be a cost-effective way to bring less-distracting technology into the classroom. So why is it so exciting? Because PaperTab is a flexible touch-screen enabled e-ink screen (similar to the Kindle, but flexible) that is location-aware. By that I mean you can place it on a desk and it’ll know when other PaperTabs are nearby. Like you see in those Samsung commercials, you can even ‘zap’ screens onto other screens by just being near it. Check out the video to see it in action."


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Samsung One – a smartphone larger than a pen | Flexible Display

Samsung One – a smartphone larger than a pen | Flexible Display | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

The increased size of smartphones have advantages but in the same time big disadvantages. Flexible screen smartphones projects have begun to take place lately and releases will occur later this year. Samsung One is a smartphone concept which integrates the new trend in mobile devices – the flexible display. The advantages of such device are many and Yejin Jeon designer create this project based on flexible technology features.


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PaperTab: A Flexible Location-Aware E-Ink Screen Of The Future

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This new screen is like something you'd expect to see in Back to the Future. But it's not science fiction. PaperTab could be headed to a tablet near you.

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Kathleen Cercone's curator insight, January 29, 2013 7:56 AM

Here’s a piece of tech that you should keep an eye on. It’s a stunning innovation that combines some of the best features of your favorite tablets and e-readers into one screen. Yes, a screen.

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Concept Design: Wristband with flexible screen by Erik Campbell

Concept Design: Wristband with flexible screen by Erik Campbell | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

Definitely an exciting approach.

Not sure it applies to Samsung actual line-up designs.

I find it more Motorola or Xbox related. 

Notice that Erick designed it 3 years ago in 2010.


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A new patent filed by Apple shows how future smartphones may look like

A new patent filed by Apple shows how future smartphones may look like | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

According to a new patent filed by Apple, patent application 20130076612, a potential smartphone design could include a full wraparound display and have no buttons. Enclosed within "transparent housing," a flexible display panel would be configured to display content at any portion of the gadget's frame.

 

The patent application explains: "The majority of portable electronic device manufacturers utilize a common form factor consisting generally of a flat planar form factor with a single surface dedicated mainly for use as a display surface, while the other surfaces remain largely unused, save for the occasional button or switch."

 

Potentially, the smartphone could contain up to two AMOLED screens. Standing for Active Matrix OLED -- these types of screen pair a traditional TFT display with an OLED display. Due to their active matrix, AMOLED screens have faster pixel switching, which means that response types are higher than OLED displays. The use of AMOLED and a conical shape for the flexible panel could offer users "an illusion of depth perception [...] mimicking a 3D experience."

 

In addition, the patent explains that facial recognition technology could be used to detect a registered end-user of the smartphone.

 

The aim of the new design is to make use of "unused space" which is typical with any current mobile device, extending functionality to both the back and the sides of a gadget. Therefore, Apple may be considering the use of curved screens and a flexible display which not only is touch-responsive, but makes use of the surface on both sides of a future iPhone.

 

The patent proposes that touch replace buttons entirely -- and a coating could be added to the display to reduce smudge marks and keep the gadget looking pretty. As an example, the application says that "Instead of the hold button a multi touch gesture along one of the sides could instead act as a method of locking and unlocking the hold function."

 

The new design relies heavily on flexible display technology, but in order to limit the possibility of damage, the patent describes the phone as being incased in glass -- bent into a conical shape, but serving as protection in case you drop your gadget. With such advances being made in the smartphone industry -- and the market already crowded with operating systems, similar phone designs and application ecosystems -- perhaps Apple's move into flexible displays could help the firm keep its dominant position.


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LG to demo 5" OLED flexible panel, first Full HD 7" tablet panel

LG to demo 5" OLED flexible panel, first Full HD 7" tablet panel | Flexible screen | Scoop.it

 

LG Display is about to introduce its first flexible panel at the Society for

Information Display’s (SID) Display Week trade show in Vancouver.

 

Visitors to the event will get to see a 5-inch OLED flexible screen, apparently mounted on a smartphone that is due for release later this year.

 


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Andre Bontems's curator insight, May 22, 2013 12:04 PM


Not UHD as of yet but quite interesting!