Printed Assemblies of Inorganic Light-Emitting Diodes for Deformable and Semitransparent Displays

@article{Park2009PrintedAO,
  title={Printed Assemblies of Inorganic Light-Emitting Diodes for Deformable and Semitransparent Displays},
  author={S. Park and Y. Xiong and Rak-Hwan Kim and Paulius Elvikis and M. Meitl and Dae-hyeong Kim and J. Wu and Jongseung Yoon and C. Yu and Zhuangjian Liu and Y. Huang and K. Hwang and P. Ferreira and X. Li and K. Choquette and J. Rogers},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={325},
  pages={977 - 981}
}
Bend Me, Stretch Me In the push toward flexible electronics, much research has focused on using organic conducting materials, including light-emitting diodes (LEDs), because they are more readily processed using scalable techniques. Park et al. (p. 977) have developed a series of techniques for depositing and assembling inorganic LEDs onto glass, plastic, or rubber. Conventional processing techniques are used to connect the LEDs in order to create flexible, stretchable displays, which, because… Expand
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