Monday, January 5, 2009

Keep your eye on Printed Electronics

more at BBC NEWS |
Maybe Printers can escape from a crashing advertising industry by learning how to print electronics. It's a much more sustainable business.
"Right now, we're planning two big themes for our television reports from Las Vegas - the future of television, and recession tech, by which we mean smaller, leaner less power-hungry gadgets for these difficult times.

So we hope to look at how far OLED has got on delivering on the promise of the thinnest screens with the sharpest pictures, at somewhat more realistic prices than we've seen to date."
To get you up to speed, here's what wikipedia has to say.
Printed electronics (also called electronic printing[1]) is the term for a relatively new technology that defines the printing of electronics on common media such as paper, plastic, and textile using standard printing processes.

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