Linked by David Adams on Mon 9th Aug 2010 15:31 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Displays built out of plastic instead of glass would be a gadget lover's dream: they'd be rugged and lightweight, and they should be inexpensive to make on "roll-to-roll" systems similar to those used for newsprint. But to develop prototypes for flexible tablet computers and other gadgets with plastic displays, the device makers have had to develop custom equipment.
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Red Planet
by Kivada on Mon 9th Aug 2010 19:23 UTC
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Wake me up when they get them to the stage of the scroll computers they used in the movie Red Planet

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RE: Red Planet
by namakemono on Mon 9th Aug 2010 21:48 in reply to "Red Planet"
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Well, I recall something like a scroll book when the OLED was announced. Don't remember where in the Net.

So, add to this a biometric identification feature and you have a device that shows the right content only for the right person - will be largely used by "high-tech ninjas" .

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RE: Red Planet
by Tuishimi on Tue 10th Aug 2010 07:41 in reply to "Red Planet"
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That movie really takes a lot of heat. I didn't think it was all THAT bad.

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RE[2]: Red Planet
by Kivada on Tue 10th Aug 2010 17:54 in reply to "RE: Red Planet"
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Agreed, its not like it's as bad as the 3rd Matrix or the Andromeda Strain remake...

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