Bendable Plasma Tube Based Display By Shinoda Plasma

Posted: Oct 4 2007, 11:15am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:12am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Bendable Plasma Tube based Display by Shinoda Plasma
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Shinoda Plasma Corp., a venture company established by former Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. fellow Tsutae Shinoda, showed a prototype of a new screen technology that is based on so called Plasma Tubes. Tsutae Shinoda is known as the inventor of Plasma Display panels

The new bendable display is made of plasma tubes between film-form electrodes. A plasma tube is a glass tube 1mm in diameter that seals discharge gas and RGB fluorescent materials inside.
The current prototype screen is about the size of a 43 inch screen. The screen is only 1mm thick and very light. One of the advantages is that the Plasma Tube display material can be seamlessly put together.

The new display technology is supposed to be much cheaper than current LCD and Plasma technology. No release date is given, but the development has supposedly already progressed very far.
More details on Tech-On.

This new Plasma Tube technology seems to be able to compete with new technologies like OLED or Laser TV.

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