Wrist-worn OLED displays shipped to military

Wrist-worn OLED displays shipped to military
Universal Display Corporation has taken 8 flexible OLED screens and made them into a wrist-worn design similar to a watch and shipped them to the military for “evaluation and testing.”

The device may not have a specific purpose at this time (at least that’s what they say) but it does pack a large 4.3-inch screen. The possibilities for this device are endless, and surely you could use your imagination to come up with some pretty cool ideas.

Flexible LED screens have been demoed a bunch of times, but up until now there really haven’t been any applications of this technology. It should be fun to see what can become of this.

source: Engadget

Wrist-worn OLED displays shipped to military


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That's what I was thinking...

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"The device may not have a specific purpose at this time" Hook this bad boy up to a UAV it would be like real life hacks. That and the US Army contact-lenses with FPS-like HUD would be "unstoppable!" and "god-like!". I could just see the Iraqis, Afghanes, and or Pakistanis calling our l337 troops hax0rz.... http://www.megagames.com/news/us-army-working-contact-lenses-fps-hud

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