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Thin and spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a flexible thin-film driver for use in a smart contact lens

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A spherical-cap-shaped liquid crystal display is reported that can be embedded inside a contact lens. A combination of thermoplastic simulations, appropriate choice of materials and thermoforming parameters allowed the realization of a wrinkle-free device that can be used for several applications. The flexible driving electronic consists of metal-oxide TFTs and is powered by thin-film photovoltaics.
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artificial iris, smart contact lens, guest-host liquid crystal, flexible photovoltaics, flexible thin-film driver electronics

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De Smet, Herbert, Florian De Roose, Soeren Steudel, et al. “Thin and Spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a Flexible Thin-film Driver for Use in a Smart Contact Lens.” Dresden, 2017. Print.
APA
De Smet, H., De Roose, F., Steudel, S., Myny, K., Willegems, M., Smout, S., Ameys, M., et al. (2017). Thin and spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a flexible thin-film driver for use in a smart contact lens. Presented at the SID Mid-Europe Chapter Spring Meeting 2017, Dresden.
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De Smet, Herbert, Florian De Roose, Soeren Steudel, Kris Myny, Myriam Willegems, Steve Smout, Marc Ameys, et al. 2017. “Thin and Spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a Flexible Thin-film Driver for Use in a Smart Contact Lens.” In Dresden.
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De Smet, Herbert, Florian De Roose, Soeren Steudel, Kris Myny, Myriam Willegems, Steve Smout, Marc Ameys, Pawel E. Malinowski, Robert Gehlhaar, Radhika Kallidil Poduval, Xinyu Chen, Jelle De Smet, Andrés Felipe Vasquez Quintero, W Dehaene, and Jan Genoe. 2017. “Thin and Spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a Flexible Thin-film Driver for Use in a Smart Contact Lens.” In Dresden.
Vancouver
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De Smet H, De Roose F, Steudel S, Myny K, Willegems M, Smout S, et al. Thin and spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a flexible thin-film driver for use in a smart contact lens. Dresden; 2017.
IEEE
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H. De Smet et al., “Thin and spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a flexible thin-film driver for use in a smart contact lens,” presented at the SID Mid-Europe Chapter Spring Meeting 2017, Dresden, 2017.
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  abstract     = {A spherical-cap-shaped liquid crystal display is reported that can be embedded inside a contact lens. A combination of thermoplastic simulations, appropriate choice of materials and thermoforming parameters allowed the realization of a wrinkle-free device that can be used for several applications. The flexible driving electronic consists of metal-oxide TFTs and is powered by thin-film photovoltaics.},
  author       = {De Smet, Herbert and De Roose, Florian and Steudel, Soeren and Myny, Kris and Willegems, Myriam and Smout, Steve and Ameys, Marc and Malinowski, Pawel E. and Gehlhaar, Robert and Poduval, Radhika Kallidil and Chen, Xinyu and De Smet, Jelle and Vasquez Quintero, Andrés Felipe and Dehaene, W and Genoe, Jan},
  keywords     = {artificial iris,smart contact lens,guest-host liquid crystal,flexible photovoltaics,flexible thin-film driver electronics},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Dresden},
  pages        = {1},
  title        = {Thin and spherical-cap-shaped LCD with a flexible thin-film driver for use in a smart contact lens},
  year         = {2017},
}