A UK-based star-up called R&D Core developed a new touch-display technology that is especially suited for flexible display. The company is collaborating with Plastic Logic to test the new technology. SEL flexible touch-enabled OLED prototype R&D Core’s Digital Resistive Area Sensing (DRAS) is placed behind the display and responds to pressure. This has several advantages – it works with insulating materials (such as globes), it is less prone to breakage and it is more suitable for flexible displays. Last year we reported on similar technology from Peratech . Read more about R&D Core developed a behind-the-display touch technology suitable for flexible display

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R&D Core developed a behind-the-display touch technology suitable for flexible display