44.3L: A Printed and Rollable Bistable Electronic Display

@article{Drzaic1998443LAP,
  title={44.3L: A Printed and Rollable Bistable Electronic Display},
  author={Paul S. Drzaic and Barrett O. Comiskey and Jonathan Albert and L. Zhang and Andrew Loxley and R. Feeney and John Jacobson},
  journal={SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={1998},
  volume={29}
}
The achievement of highly flexible reflective display media has been a persistent goal in the development of electronic displays [1-9]. The advantages of flexible electronic media over glass are clear: improved dura-bility, lighter weight, thinner dimensions, and the ability to integrate the display into curved or flexible devices. Reflective media hold interest over emissive displays due to the potential for low power consumption, simplifying device design. film-based liquid dispersed and… 

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