The Society for Information Display or SID 2017 kicks off from tomorrow and Samsung has confirmed to show some exciting display tech. The interesting reveal at the show will be the stretchable AMOLED display. The prototype screen measures 9.1-inches and unlike the current generation of flexible OLEDs that can bend, fold or roll on one side, the stretchable display is able to do it on two sides while maintaining its resolution.
Samsung claims such a technology is difficult to implement and is said to be one of the best development for a flexible display and can prove fruitful for wearables, IoT, AI and car display.
Samsung will also showcase a glasses-free 3D OLED panel. The 5.09-inch panel promises to show realistic stereoscopic images better than any LCD panel that can be used for a 3D pop-up book, game or VR in the future.
For AR and VR application, Samsung has also developed a 1.96-inch display with UHD resolution support (3840×2160) that boasts a mind-boggling pixel density of 2250ppi. Moreover, another 3.5-inch OLED panel will also be showcased for VR devices with 858ppi, 120Hz refresh rate, HDR and more.
SID 2017 exhibition starts from tomorrow in Los Angeles.