Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Howards Slow Toilet, Dec 3, 2015.
those are some garbage
My asshole is leaking
I'm going to load up my shoes with hardcore porn.
Would those give me street cred yo?
With Beth's giant ass feet and love for attention, I'm sure a few boxes will be shipped down to Florida.
Anyone backing this campaign is so stupid that they deserve to get their money ripped off.
Do people think nobody ever thought of flexible displays before? If it was technically possible, you would see them EVERYWHERE.
A multi-billion dollar company like Samsung makes slightly curved edges on their latest phone that sells for many hundreds of dollars, and they have a hard time making it work despite being one of the foremost pioneers of LED/OLED/LCD technology, and that's in a rigid phone case with rigid screen.... yet a few guys who call themselves "futurists, entrepreneurs and designers" are going to be able to deliver a better tech that actually wraps around a whole shoe and doesn't break and is waterproof and machine washable, and get it done in 8 months with $25k?
Any fucking retard putting any money into this campaign deserves to lose every penny.
Way to not give her attention
Well stop eating those Cheez-it's
They do look good, are they any good?
Hells yeah boy
That's a great product if you're new to the country and live in the ghetto.
Oh great, this is just what I need - having to worry about doing memory upgrades on my sneakers.
I would make them look like this.
All the moolies will be shooting each other for these soon
The trendy thing will be to design them like this:
can you buy those with an ebt card?
To much hot food ?
sorry wrong post
oleds and quantum dot displays are extremely flexible. Oleds can get down to 64ths of an inch and quantum dots are literally painted on. The limiting factor is actually the substrate material. They can't overcome the thinness vs strength paradox.
I've seen quantum dot displays as large as 4'x8'. They're CRYSTAL clear. A company on hart well avenue in Lexington ma produces them and their office has a ton of concept prototypes. From a desk painted to provide a touch screen display to walls painted to provide dynamic displays to even solar technology built in to power them, the company is very close to having marketable products. The only problem is that the industry will need to market and sell oleds for about a decade so they can cash in on that technology before they switch to quantum dots.
My toes are curling at the thought