Sunday, 30 October 2011

Newspapers moving image

Latest information technology developments are extraordinary times. A group of scientists of information technology at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has discovered the monitor screen as thin as paper. This screen can also be bent and rolled up like ordinary paper without the slightest damage. So the results of computer technology is able to put together a newspaper for displaying moving images like posters live in the Harry Potter films. The screen is named FlexUPD thin.
The development of information technology terbaruBukan only that, later this latest technology is also expected to reduce the weight and size of the e-reader and tablet PCs. Thin screen is claimed to be integrated with some of the latest screen technologies like LCD, LED, and even OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes).

The latest technology findings ITRI has received the gold medal in the Wall Street Journal's 10th annual Tech Innovation Awards 2010. ITRI ​​is a team of scientists known as the best information technology, last year they also won the Innovation Award for the discovery FleXpeaker, paper-thin loudspeaker. FlexUPD patents now held by AU Optronics Corporation of Taiwan's ITRI also funders.

Latest information technology developments - Newspaper Picture bergerakJika seen from a very thin thickness and coupled with the latest printing techniques and layouts, it would be possible for FlexUPD to 'attached' to the newspaper to display the live image and movie-related news was presented in the paper. This is certainly a big step for communication technology. FlexUPD electronic structure is very sophisticated. Anatomy of the world's thinnest screen is composed of layers of micro-film transistors that are attached to a sheet of flexible material. So the screen is not rigid and can have a level fleksib ilitas like paper.
FlexUPD development idea itself was born of a trivial thing, that when one scientist ITRI saw a chef who was making pancakes thin and tossed with wok-tossed. Now the challenge for them is how to make the results of this latest technology can be mass produced and inexpensive for the community. When will FlexUPD can be applied in real time, like to play games for example? we wait for the next latest information technology developments.


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