Abstract

A new emissive flexible display based on light emission from microplasma was proposed and fabricated. The proposed flexible display had adequate sustain margin and good flexibility. From this work, the proposed photoluminescent flexible display showed the feasibility of flexible displays for the next generation.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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