This Physorg.com article takes a look at the displays of the future. From the article: "Talk about gazing into the future. Imagine ultra high-definition TVs not much thicker than a millimeter. How about electronic books made with plastic screens that flex like a magazine? Or perhaps a display that lets you touch a virtual version of yourself on the other side of the glass?
The technology to build these crazy new gadgets is being shown in Seattle this week during Display Week, the Society for Information Display conference.
A combination science fair and industry bazaar, the event is drawing 6,000 people from most of the companies developing TVs, monitors, touch screens , electronic books and cell phone screens.
Inventors and component manufacturers will be showing their latest creations to consumer-electronics companies, looking for technology and materials to build the next iPad or wafer-thin 3-D TV.