Smart wearables, such as jewelry, have become increasingly popular with consumers over the past decade. The problem is that most wearable flexible displays (with still little flexibility) are black and white. Plastic Logic is doing what Admiral did with TV in 1953: bringing color, with its own display technology integrated into a flexible display.
For more information on the future trend of wearable devices, see the IDTechEx 2021-2031 report.
Flexible, colorful, wearable display
"Wearable designers can count on colors for smart jewelry, Smart Fabris and even health monitoring devices," he says. in a press release Tim Burne, CEO of Plastic Logic. "Color enhances the functionality and appearance of any smart wearable device. Plus, it makes smart devices with flexible displays ... even smarter."
In addition to flexibility, which is the key to the design of wearable devices, Plastic Logic's displays are extremely robust and ultra-thin, ideal for withstanding everyday wear and tear.
“When it comes to wearable products, we've proven that you don't have to trade visual appeal for functionality,” added Tim Burne. “We have already worked with several smart jewelry manufacturers, developing wearable display solutions for their innovative products. There are many other wearable applications for which this technology is perfect. "Tim Burne, CEO of Plastic Logic on the flexible color display