28 Ottobre 2010

The next generation of display technology is still that, next, but despite being a future away it continues to get better. Liquavista keeps wowing us with various demonstrations of its electrowetting technology offering full color, high refresh rates, visibility in all lighting conditions, and low power consumption to boot. Now they’re bendy too, with the company releasing footage of a prototype that’s flexible. It’s also said to be “unbreakable,” demonstrated by a person wearing latex gloves gently tapping on the screen — because, you know, that’s about as tough as it gets outside of the lab. Video is after the break, along with full PR, but in neither will you find any hope of seeing this tech for real before the second half of next year.

Ecco a voi l’ LCD 2.0 presentato da Liquavista, uno schermo che sembra molto flessibile.
Nello spoiler un video che dimostra le qualità del prodotto. Enjoy!


Via Engadget


One day when I was chillin' in Kentucky Fried Chicken Just mindin' my business, eatin' food and finger lickin' This dude walked in lookin' strange and kind of funny Went up to the front with a menu and his money He didn't walk straight, kind of side to side He asked this old lady, "Yo, yo, this Kentucky Fried?" The lady said "Yeah", smiled and he smiled back He gave a quarter and his order, small fries, Big Mac!
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giovedì 28 ottobre 2010 - 17:01
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