FlexEnable OLED Bracelet SmartPhone Concept
The UK's FlexEnable will bring to market a new kind of smartphone - with a flexible display that fits on your wrist,
(FlexEnable Smartphone wrist concept)
The device will be designed for the outdoor apparel market but before that happens CEO Indro Mukerjee stated We are looking for partners now this is a very exciting time for the industry. The innovative design will be created in their new Wearable Technology lab. Products created by FlexEnable are electronics that are manufactured on flexible plastic film with the thickness of a sheet of paper. They have introduced us to the most significant new transistor technology in decades.
Readers may also recall the wrist bracelet with a smaller screen from Roger Zelazny's 1980 novel Changeling:
Mark brushed back the soft green sleeve of his upper garment and pressed several buttons on the wide bracelet he wore upon his left wrist... He controlled [the bird's] passage with the wristband and saw through its eyes upon the tiny screen in the bracelet's center.
(Read more about Zelazny's wristband viewer)
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