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    Stretchable micro-LED display, consisting of an interconnected mesh of printed micro LEDs bonded to a rubber substrate.

    Stretchable micro-LED display, consisting of an interconnected mesh of printed micro LEDs bonded to a rubber substrate.

    Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Stretchable micro-LED display, consisting of an interconnected mesh of printed micro LEDs bonded to a rubber substrate.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Transparent micro-LED display, placed in front of university logo pattern.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Microscope image of an ultrathin, micro-LED (red) in a suspended, 'diving board' layout, released along its bottom surface from the growth wafer (grey), but held in place with polymer 'anchor' structures (blue) at the two back corners.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Array of ultrathin, micro-LEDs (black squares) printed onto a plate of glass, with a university logo pattern in the background.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Array of micro-LEDs (black squares) printed onto a sheet of plastic, wrapped on a curved support with a university logo pattern in the background.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Stretchable micro-LED display, consisting of an interconnected mesh of printed micro LEDs bonded to a rubber substrate.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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      Micro-LED display printed on a thin sheet of plastic, wrapped around a finger.

      Photo by D. Stevenson and C. Conway, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois

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