February 1, 2016
At CES 2016, Touch Display Research had a chance to try on the bendable watch from E Ink and Polyera: Wove band.
Figure: I’m trying on the bendable watch from E Ink and Polyera
Photo by: Touch Display Research, 2016
As we covered in October 2015 “Touch and Emerging Display” report, Polyera announced debut of its first flexible watch, which was also reported by Zegarki: the Wove Band. It uses a flexible electrophoretic display with a TFT backplane that can wrap around a wrist or be used flat. The display has 1040×200 pixel format.
Polyera indicated the bendable watch is coming in 2016. Polyera was founded 10 years ago by CEO Phil Inagaki and Antonio Facchetti, co-founder and chief scientific officer. Currently, they have over 100 people.
In the “Flexible, Curved, and Bendable Display Technologies and Market Forecast 2015 Report.” (Second Edition), Touch Display Research analyzed over 10 display technologies, over 14 applications of flexible displays, and shows how the flexible display market is accelerating. This report profiles over 270 companies working on flexible displays.
Touch Display Research forecasts that the flexible display market will reach $30 Billion by 2025.
Figure 2. Flexible, curved and bendable display market forecast to 2025
Source: Touch Display Research, Flexible, Curved and Bendable Display Technologies and Market Forecast 2015 Report, second edition, 2015
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