With all the hype about 3D television, bendable OLED was not on the list of top CES breakthroughs from most reporters. In fact, the display wasnâ€™t even in the main hall; instead it was tucked away, in just a corner of the Asus booth. “Waveface” is a few years off from hitting the consumer market, but the implications have the retailer in me excited, my eyes filled with the potential communications applications.
What are OLED screens? Micro thin, seamless, smooth, high definition video screens capable of bending around objects. To me itâ€™s the coolest display at CES this year. Imagine a wrist watch where the band, the display, the case â€“ everything â€“ was a seamless video bracelet that wraps around your wrist. Sports scores, weather information, photos of your kids, all moving across the band in one continuous circle of light. Oh and probably the time as well. Continue reading “Is Waveface the future of screens?”