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Fig. 5 | Nano Convergence

Fig. 5

From: Stretchable and reflective displays: materials, technologies and strategies

Fig. 5

(Figure reproduced from a [33], Copyright 2015, The Society for Information Display; b [25], Copyright 2010, The Society for Information Display; c [31], Copyright 2016, American Chemical Society; d [39], Copyright 2010, American Chemical Society)

Passive reflective displays with flexibility. a Schematic diagram of the top-gate organic thin film transistors (OTFT) device structure. Flexibility of a 6′’ electrophoretic display is demonstrated. b A flexible electrofluidic display fabricated on a PET backplane and its pixels in the off and on states. c (i) Schematic illustration of fabrication processes for a flexible, patterned, multicolored electrochromic display on plastic sheet by using the ‘cut-and-stick’ method. (ii) Its bleached (at 0.00 V) and colored (at − 0.70 V) states under a bending deformation. d (i) PEDOT-PSS based electrochromic reaction. (ii) A schematic diagram of an electrochromic device on a fabric. (iii) An image of patterned electrochromic fabric in neutral (top) and oxidized (bottom) states

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