Bendable Paper Tablets Have Touchscreen Functions (+VIDEO)



future, futuristic, CES 2013, PaperTab, OLED screens, paper tablet, bendable paper tablets, Queen’s University, Intel Labs, Plastic Logic, future technology
A new kind of paper tablet is a stunning piece of technology, which is currently being developed at Queen’s University in collaboration with Intel Labs and Plastic Logic. The PaperTab is a paper thin display featuring touchscreen capabilities. In order to move content from one paper tablet to another, one paper tablet must touch the other one. The PaperTab can easily recognize and connect to the other paper tablets placed beside it and as a result a bigger screen can be created. In future the bendable paper tablets might well become thinner, more user friendly and is sure to give rise to some groundbreaking products.
Via:bitrebels.com
future, futuristic, CES 2013, PaperTab, OLED screens, paper tablet, bendable paper tablets, Queen’s University, Intel Labs, Plastic Logic, future technology

future, futuristic, CES 2013, PaperTab, OLED screens, paper tablet, bendable paper tablets, Queen’s University, Intel Labs, Plastic Logic, future technology

future, futuristic, CES 2013, PaperTab, OLED screens, paper tablet, bendable paper tablets, Queen’s University, Intel Labs, Plastic Logic, future technology

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