Flexible active-matrix displays and shift registers based on solution-processed organic transistors

@article{Gelinck2004FlexibleAD,
  title={Flexible active-matrix displays and shift registers based on solution-processed organic transistors},
  author={Gerwin H. Gelinck and H. Edzer A. Huitema and Erik van Veenendaal and Eugenio Cantatore and Laurens Schrijnemakers and J B van der Putten and Tom C. T. Geuns and Monique J. Beenhakkers and J. Ben Giesbers and Bart-Hendrik Huisman and Eduard Johannes Meijer and Estrella Mena Benito and Fredericus J. Touwslager and Albert W. Marsman and Bas J. E. van Rens and Dago M. de Leeuw},
  journal={Nature Materials},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={106-110}
}
At present, flexible displays are an important focus of research1,2,3. Further development of large, flexible displays requires a cost-effective manufacturing process for the active-matrix backplane, which contains one transistor per pixel. One way to further reduce costs is to integrate (part of) the display drive circuitry, such as row shift registers, directly on the display substrate. Here, we demonstrate flexible active-matrix monochrome electrophoretic displays based on solution-processed… 

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