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High-resolution image sensors get rolled up

A thin and rollable high-resolution image sensor can be created by placing solution-processed metal halide perovskite photodiodes over an amorphous indium gallium zinc oxide transistor backplane.

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Fig. 1: High-resolution and flexible images sensors based on metal halide perovskites.


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Wang, Y., Zhou, H. High-resolution image sensors get rolled up. Nat Electron 4, 773–774 (2021).

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