Researchers at the center for flexible displays (Flexible Display Center, FDC) University of Arizona (Arizona State University) have developed a flexible touch screen with active matrix. The basis of new items is an active matrix electrophoretic technology from E-Ink Corp, but instead of traditional glass substrate using a flexible DuPont Teijin Films. This would eliminate one of the major weaknesses of the touch panel - their fragility. In addition, the flexible display from FDC consumes energy only when pererisovyvaniya pictures. The device consists of three main elements:the electronic ink display on the E Ink Visplex, flexible plastic substrate and the sensory layer. New find application in many devices ranging from interactive electronic newspapers to the widespread use of the devices for military purposes. Thin and light display, combined with low power consumption will significantly reduce the weight of electronics, which packed the modern soldier. Mass production of such displays, according to the developers could begin within a year and a half.