Sorting Hype From Reality in Printed, Organic, and Flexible Display Technologies

Printed, organic, and flexible electronics technologies have the potential to disrupt the display industry, radically changing manufacturing processes and cost, while enabling new device concepts. However, many technologies in this area have been over-hyped, and it’s a challenge to spot and assess t...

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