Issue Date: March 2, 2009
ASU Develops Touch-Screen Display
Arizona State University's Flexible Display Center has developed what it calls the world's first active matrix touch-screen display on a flexible glass-free substrate. ASU collaborated with E Ink and DuPont Teijin Films, which supplied the polyethylene naphthalate used in the device. FDC Director Nick Colaneri expects flexible touch-screen technology to stimulate a number of applications that will allow Army soldiers and other users to transmit data from remote locations.
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