LG Display on Tuesday unveiled the world’s first 12-inch high-resolution display that can be stretched by 20 percent, and is equipped with outstanding free-form technology that enables it to be extended, folded, and twisted without distortion or damage.

The new display offers a resolution of 100ppi (pixels per inch), full-colour RGB, high flexibility, durability, and reliability, maximizing its potential for commercialization, according to an official report.

This 12-inch display, which is based on a highly resilient film-type substrate made of specialized silicon used in contact lenses, has a rubber band-like flexibility that enables it to be stretched up to 14 inches.

According to the company, LG Display’s Stretchable display is the result of a large-scale national R&D project the company was selected to lead by South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy (MOTIE) in 2020.

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It has since been working with twenty organizations in South Korea’s industrial-academic sector with the aim of advancing the nation’s next-generation display industry.

“We will successfully complete this project to enhance the competitiveness of Korean display technology while continuing to lead the industry’s paradigm shift,” Soo-young Yoon, Executive Vice President, and CTO at LG Display, said in a statement.

The stretchable display is thin, lightweight design, and its revolutionary technology offers next-level versatility for various daily scenarios.

Moreover, it can be quickly attached to curved surfaces like skin, clothing, furniture, automobiles, and aircraft. This unique innovation increases the display’s potential in a variety of industries, including fashion, wearable technology, mobility, and gaming, the report added.

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