A couple of months ago, Plastic Logic showed a monochrome (256 gray levels) 4" 360x128 (95 PPI) flexible AMOLED prototype. This is a fully-organic AMOLED panel that uses Plastic Logic's flexible OTFT backplane.

Now the company published the somewhat annoying video you see above that details the company's OLED efforts and business development goals. During the video they also show the flexible AMOLED in action.

Plastic Logic is collaborating with Novaled (owned by Samsung) on these displays. The two companies announced that throughout 2014 they will demonstrate truly flexible, plastic, full-organic AMOLED displays, and hopefully they will show full-color prototypes soon. In February 2014 I talked to Mike Banach, Plastic Logic's Research Director - who explained the company's technology in detail.

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