Mechanicum: It's all well and good as long as it holds more than current technologies. If your tradeoff is much less battery capacity no consumer will really care if it's flexible.
dbirchall: So, uh... okay, this is cool, but what kind of consumer electronics need to be able to bend? All I can think of are things that little kids are going to treat brutally, maybe some kinds of sex toys, and those little "fitness bracelet" things. I don't really want my phone, TV, clock, radio, laptop, or anything else to get all Persistence of Memory on me. What am I missing?
the_sidewinder: imagine having a small phone, maybe the size of a fat pen, and imagine that the screen, should you want/need it, could be unrolled from it, or perhaps held on both ends by solid "posts" that would house the electronics, but telescope apart to reveal the screen
Vangor: Mechanicum: It's all well and good as long as it holds more than current technologies. If your tradeoff is much less battery capacity no consumer will really care if it's flexible.Not sure about starting capacity, but I would assume the increased stability would have an impact on capacity over the duration of increased battery life.
Uchiha_Cycliste: and not a single picture of a very bendable Korean =(
lyanna96: Uchiha_Cycliste: and not a single picture of a very bendable Korean =(I was kind of enjoying the lack of racism for a change... :)/bring it!
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