LG Reveals World’s First Stretchable Display, Here is Everything You Should Know

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LG Display has declared its intention to create a stretchable display with a size range of 12- to 14-inches. It can be stretched 20% more. The cutting-edge display features free-form technology with a resolution of 100 pixels per inch (ppi). This 12-inch display will include a rubber band-like elasticity. As a results it can stretch up to 14 inches. What’s more, it is built on a very robust film-type substrate composed of special silicon used in contact lenses. According to the LG Display blog, the display’s free-form design offers a cutting-edge alternative to the current foldable and rollable technologies.

While the technology isn’t quite there where you can crumble up a tablet and fit it in your pocket like a handkerchief, LG feels it’s one step closer to increasing the potential use cases for microLED displays. Its underlying construction employs S-shaped micro wire structures that work like springs to accommodate the stretching.

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Soo-young Yoon, Executive Vice President and CTO at LG Display, asserted, “We will successfully execute this project to boost the competitiveness of Korean display technology while continuing to lead the industry’s paradigm change.”

A micro-LED light source with a pixel pitch of less than 40 um is used in the Stretchable display. It guarantees a high level of durability that can endure substantial external impacts. Moreover, it also offers a resolution that competes with the majority of current monitors.

Usage cases for stretchable display

According to LG Display, this technology has potential applications in the fashion, wearable, mobility, and gaming industries.

The Stretchable display’s cutting-edge technology delivers next-level versatility for a variety of daily applications in addition to its thin, lightweight form.

This innovative innovation increases the display’s potential in a number of industries, including fashion, wearables, mobility, and gaming. It is easily attachable to curved surfaces like skin, clothing, furniture, automobiles, and aircraft.

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