Flexible screen tablets are one of the most revolutionary new technologies. Researchers at Queen’s University have developed a rollable touch-screen tablet, the MagicScroll, to mimic the real estate of ancient scroll screens. The team is led by Dr. Roel Vertegaal, an inventor of bendable screen technology. The team plans to push the boundaries of flexible device technology. The MagicScroll is expected to be a revolutionary product for consumers and businesspeople alike.
The technology is not completely new, but a number of companies are making huge strides toward developing them. Samsung, for example, has been working on a flexible display since 2011, and has shown off its own 7.5-inch device. The resulting tablet has a curved screen that can be bent back and forth and rolled up to be more compact. This makes it easy to carry and store the tablet when not in use. The flexibility of this new technology will allow it to expand into many applications.
The foldable tablet went on sale in 2014
LG is making a lot of noise about a flexible display and plans to start shipping the first devices later this year. The MagicScroll is designed to mimic the seamless real estate of an ancient scroll. It has two rotary wheels on each side that allow the tablet to be rolled around its central 3D-printed cylindrical body. The user can then scroll through the touchscreen by pressing the two rotary wheels on either side of the tablet.
The MagicScroll has a 7.5-inch 2K resolution flexible touch screen that rolls around a cylindrical body. A flexible device with a rollable screen can be unrolled and used as a tablet. As such, it is a revolutionary technological advance. The iPad is the most popular tablet on the market, but there are plenty of other options that are just as innovative. The MagicScroll may become a huge hit in the mobile device market.
The human Media Lab has also worked with the Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University to develop a tablet with a flexible screen. The PaperPhone uses 5 bend sensors to implement a user interface through bend gestures. The paperTab tablet PC was introduced at CES 2013 and is an example of a tablet PC with a flexible touchscreen. It is designed to be portable and a versatile device for users. The human Media Lab has been busy developing new flexible devices for years and continues to push the envelope.
The future of flexible screen tablets is exciting. The latest device may be the first in the world to roll into a tube. The MagicScroll has a 7.5-inch 2K resolution flexible touch screen that rolls into a tube. It’s designed to be rolled and scroll endlessly. It could become the next rage in tablet technology. So, be sure to watch out for it! The MagicScroll is coming to the market in Q1 2014 and could revolutionize the way you use your mobile phone.
The world will have flexible screen tablets
The MagicScroll is the world’s first flexible touch-screen tablet. The rollable tablet mimics the seamless real estate of scrolls in ancient Egypt. Its 7.5-inch 2K flexible display can be rolled around a central 3D-printed cylinder. The touchscreen can be rotated 360 degrees. When it is rolled, the user can read the content on the device. The MagicScroll can also be flipped, tilted, and positioned in any position.
The Human Media Lab has developed a flexible touchscreen tablet that features 5 bend sensors. The device supports gestures by bending the screen and can be rolled into a tube. It can be folded and rolled to save space. The flexible screen tablet is capable of supporting multidisplay environments, and can be shaped in a variety of ways. The human brains behind the paperPhone and other innovations are pushing the boundaries of flexible device technology.
Another innovation that could change the way we use technology is the ability to roll a touchscreen tablet. In ancient Egypt, the scrolls supported a continuous written discourse. A similar concept has been developed with the help of engineers at Queen University. The MagicScroll is a rollable touch-screen tablet, which is a prototype that is slated to launch in Q1 2014