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Visson Enterprises Demonstrates Flexible 3 Meter Long Information Display

Visson exhibits a 3-meter long, 0.4-meter wide dynamic display banner with running text including live news, advertisement, etc. The display is only 0.1 mm thick, consists of 12 rows and 96 columns and can be folded.
Visson technology has significant advantages over other flexible display technologies, in that it has no size restrictions, provides excellent resolution, a 360° viewing angle, thickness of less than 0.2 mm and an extremely low fabrication cost.

Visson’s innovation combines a very inexpensive, well-developed textile technology, along with the most modern, up-to-date light emitting materials technology. The woven fabric has a “built in” matrix structure, which creates a pixel at each cross-section. The application of an electrical field between crossed conductive fibers generates light emission. Standard electronic circuits drive Visson displays, like those used for matrix flat panel displays.

Visson technology creates a matrix structure of electrodes, without the need for rigid substrate, which is an obvious advantage over other flexible display technologies.

“We believe that this is the first time that anyone has demonstrated a flexible display that can actually be folded and still remain operational”, says Dr. Irina Kiryuschev, President and CEO of Visson Enterprises Ltd.

The wide diversity of applications for displays makes the potential market opportunity for Visson’s technology extremely attractive. Wireless Internet phones, PC monitors and TV sets, outdoor media, and wearable computers are just a part of the huge markets, which Visson intends to penetrate.

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