If you think you’ve seen it all when it comes to touchscreens, think again. Japanese NTT Docomo and Fujitsu demoed the technology that could potentially change everything. Their two-side OLED screen prototype is not only transparent but can accept your touch inputs from both sides. For instance, one side could be used for dealing with notifications, whereas the other one is for interacting with apps. This has a potential to bring the multi-touch concept to a whole new level.
Pretty amazing when you think about it, though unfortunately it’s still in the prototype phase and we’ve no idea when first devices rocking this sort of tech will be released for the general public. Moreover, the demo unit rocks quite small 2.4-inch screen with QVGA (320×240) resolution, which is everything but acceptable by today’s standards. Then again, if Docomo, Fujitsu and perhaps some other display experts like LG and Samsung build on top of this, we may get something incredible at the end.
Check out the first two-side transparent OLED touchscreen from a short video below. We love it, what do you say?
[Via: Unwired View]
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