A novel method of fabricating a film-like liquid crystal display directly on a temporary supporting glass plate is presented. This approach is based on coating a UV-curable adhesive on a glass plate to form a flexible substrate, and a printable polymer-added liquid crystal is then applied on the substrate. By this approach, a flexible liquid crystal display can be fabricated by a cost-efficient coating technique, and it can be scaled up to any size.
|Journal||Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 2: Letters|
|State||Published - 2 May 2005|
- Flexible liquid crystal display
- Photo-induced phase separation
- Polymer-encapsulated liquid crystal