Roll your own Screens
Wired reports: Scientists have created an ultra-thin screen that can be bent, twisted and even rolled up and still display crisp text. The screen is so flexible it can be rolled into a cylinder about a half-inch wide without losing its image quality.
Only as thick as three human hairs, the screen displays black text on a whitish-gray background with a resolution similar to that of a typical laptop computer screen.
The 3-inch-wide display screen is a stainless steel foil topped with a thin layer of circuits that control an overlying film of electronic ink. The “ink” contains black and white particles. Negative or positive voltage causes the white or black particles to move to the capsule’s top. The human eye blends these resulting patterns into text.