Plastic Logic Articles
Display boosts onewave’s smart card cyber security
Plastic Logic has announced that it is enabling OneWave to produce a universal connected smartcard with built-in user authentication that enhances cyber security. OneWave, started in 2016 in western France, has developed the connected smartcard incorporating Plastic Logic’s flexible display that can be configured with a dedicated smartphone app.
5.4” colour display for smart wearables
Plastic Logic has announced a new flexible 5.4” colour display for smart wearable devices. Smart wearables have become increasingly popular among consumers over the last decade. The problem is most wearable displays are black and white – Plastic Logic has introduced a new full-colour display technology.
Plastic Logic announces new flexible displays
Plastic Logic has announced new low-temperature displays and evaluation kits that can speed up the development of a wide range of applications. The Lectum displays are high-resolution, lightweight and ultra-low-power and are far more rugged than standard glass-based EPDs.
Consumer dissatisfaction with wearable tech
Wearable technology has become a part of many people’s everyday lives, with the latest, flashiest smart technology becoming increasingly sought after for both practical and fashionable purposes. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the number of connected wearable devices worldwide is expected to jump from 325 million in 2016 to over 830 million by 2020. By Matt Pick, Director of Commercial Operations at Plastic Logic
A breakthrough in ePaper display density
Plastic Logic has achieved a 155% improvement in the display density of its plastic EPDs. To demonstrate this capabilty the company has produced a sample display with a pixel density of 500ppi. This improvement has been achieved solely through advances in Plastic Logic’s transistor matrix backplane, with the new displays using the same Eink overlay as the company’s previous displays. Further image improvements can be expected whe...
Freezable electronic shelf labels coming to supermarkets
Designer and manufacturer of glass-free electrophoretic displays (EPDs), Plastic Logic, has today launched a new, highly-robust and bendable 11.5x0.5” EPD designed specifically for rail-type electronic shelf label (ESL) applications. Rigorous tests have proven the EPD is fully operational at -10°C temperatures without extra development work, with display performance good for update times under two seconds - suitable for retail envi...
Inspiring product innovation with flexible plastic EPDs
Display technology has become an integral part of our daily lives, with consumers spending a considerable amount of time engaging with a screen of some sort both in a professional and personal capacity. Whether that is a mobile phone, laptop or tablet, the average person engages with a screen for more than 400 minutes a day, which equates to nearly 40% of our awake hours. By Tim Burne, CEO, Plastic Logic
World first – fully organic flexible OLED prototype from Plastic Logic at SID '14
The new display features 256 grey levels, and full 30fps image rendering. The display offers further proof that organic transistor technology will offer display makers the best path to truly flexible, ultra-thin, lightweight AMOLEDs.
Plastic Logic unveils next step in its organic flexible AMOLED demonstrator programme
Plastic Logic, experts in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, has shown the second in its series of all-plastic flexible AMOLED display demonstrators.
Next step in organic flexible AMOLED unveiled
Plastic Logic has shown the second in its series of all-plastic flexible AMOLED display demonstrators. Building on the first demonstrator, shown at the Flextech Conference in Phoenix, AZ in February, the new display features an increased brightness, 256 grey levels, and full 30fps image rendering.
Partnership to target low power solutions for IoT & wearables
Targeting the development of low power flexible electronics suitable for sensors, mobile displays, and wearable devices, Plastic Logic and Solvay Specialty Polymers will commit to a joint development programme that will initially demonstrate and then industrialise low power variants of such devices within two years.
Partnership develops a truly flexible AMOLED display
Aiming to transform and accelerate the market for flexible and wearable displays, Plastic Logic and Novaled have announced a partnership. Both companies are working to enable the market for truly flexible, unbreakable AMOLED displays (according to the IHS 2013 report, this market segment is forecast to be worth over $10bn (USD) by 2020).
Plastic Logic Wins Award For Innovative Colour Flexible Displays
Plastic Logic is proud to announce that the company has been awarded the Elektronik Optoelectronic Product of the Year 2013 Award for its full colour flexible plastic displays.
Toppan And Plastic Logic To Develop Market For Large-Area, Flexible EPD Signage And Showcase World’s First 42” Prototype In Japan
TOPPAN Printing Co Ltd and the recognised leader in flexible display technology, Plastic Logic, will together showcase the first large-area, flexible digital signage prototype, based on Plastic Logic’s innovative flexible plastic displays in the TOPPAN booth (number RT1319) at RETAILTECH JAPAN from 5 to 8 March 2013 in Tokyo. This is the first time in the world that a flexible, reflective digital signage module over 40” in size, using organic...
SERELEC And Plastic Logic Introduce ZED - A Low-Power Outdoor Digital Signage Solution
SERELEC and Plastic Logic have collaborated to develop an innovative, low-power outdoor digital signage solution based on Plastic Logic’s flexible plastic displays. The ZED (Zero Energy Display) will be unveiled on the Plastic Logic booth (number 8-F195) at the Integrated Systems Europe Show (ISE 2013) in Amsterdam from 29 to 31 January 2013.