June 07, 2012

The future is light: making electronics flexible

Posted: Jun 07, 2012 | 2 min 25 sec

The Flexible Display Center at ASU is pioneering new pathways for electronic devices. Producing flexible display technology for the government and U.S. Army, the center is looking ahead to a more commercial future.

"There's a lot of new uses for electronics that have been inhibited today by the way that we make electronics today," says Nick Colaneri, director of the Flexible Display Center, "that is getting unchained by the advent of flexible electronics – lightweight, low-powered electronics – that we can put into new places and new forms that we haven't used before."  

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