Royole To Bring Game-Changing Flexible Electronics Technology To CES 2018

Royole is highlighting their extensive capabilities with flexible technologies while also demonstrating a variety of applications to deliver on the company’s mission of improving the way people interact with and perceive their world.

“We challenge ourselves every day to look at our surroundings and imagine how many products and daily activities we can enhance or develop through our flexible display and flexible sensor technologies,” Dr. Bill Liu, Royole founder and CEO commented.  “Each of the technologies we are showcasing at CES 2018 can be applied to a variety of shapes, surfaces, and materials that exist in the human environment.”

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Over the past five years Royole has developed patented flexible electronics technologies in two key areas:

  • Flexible Displays:  Offer many advantages over conventional display technology: world’s thinnest (0.01mm), light weight, bendable (bending radius of 1mm), portable, shatter-proof, unbreakable, and low energy to name a few. Royole’s flexible displays have profound implications for next-generation electronics by enabling innovative new form factors and applications.
  • Flexible Sensors: Royole’s flexible sensor technology can be adapted for unique flexible sensor applications as well as conventional touch panels, and may be readily integrated with flexible displays. Advantages over traditional sensors include higher performance, shorter production cycle, large-volume production capabilities, and lower costs.

A variety of Royole products, each based on the company’s flexible electronics technologies, will be available for hands-on viewing at CES 2018 to demonstrate both new use cases as well as how many everyday products can be improved in performance and design.


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