Fabrication of Printed Oled Displays Using Fibannac Design - an Electronic Approach: Future Scope in Bendable Screens


Nature has been an inspiration providing solutions to many complex problems related to processes of ideation creativity and visualization in product development. One such complex issue is the development of flexible digital screens. There has been intensive research and development in this field however there is yet to be a breakthrough in terms of commercially viable of flexible digital screens. One of the chief problems faced include the breakage of screens due to strains of flexing and rough handling. Creativity in the design process evolutes from co-evolution of borrowed applied solutions. Hence the need to study and interpret from nature a solution to solve the problem through the creative design process and to emerge with one that is unique. The paper studies the Fibonacci series most commonly found in sunflowers, fish scales, and pineapples. An empirical basis of research is undertaken and a mathematical interpretation is done to understand the Fibonacci series in R Programming and with the use of Vogels Mathematical model the positioning of the individual printed OLED done on the fabric. Once outlined the OLEDs are connect to computer software using a Wi-Fi Module from where commands can be given through an Arduino port. The commands thus given from the computer enable the individual OLED screens to light up resulting in formation of images on the RGB screen.


Nilima Topno
Associate Professor, NIFT PATNA, Bihar, India


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Paper Presentation in a Themed Session


Designed Objects


LED, Fibonacci design, Bendable screen, Army personel

Digital Media

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