There is a 9.1-inch OLED screen that can be rolled up, bent and stretched even when pressed. Such as rubber, after stretching for pressed, the screen can be returned to its original shape.
In contrast to other flexible display, which can only be bent in one direction, the screen is made by Samsung’s prototype can be curved in two directions.
Unfortunately, there is still no plan to use this screen to products that will be launched to the public even though it must be admitted, the prototype exhibited by Samsung is very interesting, as noted by The Verge.
In addition, Samsung also displays a 1.96-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 3840×2160 4K. In the future, the LCD screen can be used on the headset VR / AR so that the displayed image becomes sharper and users are no longer able to see the pixels in the image, the existing problems in the current VR headset.
For comparison, each lens on the Oculus Rift has a resolution of 1080×1200. If Samsung’s LCD screen can indeed be used in a commercial product, then he will be able to provide a significant increase from the headset AR / VR that exist today.
Samsung’s latest Product Showcase is a 5.09-inch OLED screen that offers a 3D display without glasses. However, it is still unknown how successful Samsung makes this technology, given the development of 3D display before this always leads to failure.