Professor Chandra explains the results of the research:
“We created a surface that absorbs a certain light, and everything else reflects. That is, it selectively absorbs certain colors, and at the expense of the remaining light creates a variety of color perception. “
The system can be activated with the help of a mobile phone battery, which once again emphasizes its absolute safety. From the color displays of the previous generation, the brainchild of D. Chandra and his colleagues is distinguished by a more saturated color palette, flexibility and dimensions. The thickness of the display is thinner than the human hair.
Chandra does not hide that the idea of creating a display was prompted by nature, using the example of an elastic octopus skin, creating unique color scales.
For the work done, scientists were awarded a grant of 300 thousand dollars, which will allow them to continue their studies.