Cheaper water-based electrochromic inks bring smart print a step closer

Georgia Tech has developed a water-based electrochromic ink which can replace the expensive and environmentally damaging inks used now. These can be used for printed wiring, transistors, solar cells, LEDs and biosensors.
These new inks are not only cheaper and easier to process, but smartprint is a step closer. In the future a book, brochure, magazine or other printed articles become a complete ecosystem which feels, smells, communicates and shares information with the reader. Read more about this development via this link to inkworldmagazine.

Rob van den Braak

Printer’s devil (1964), phototypesetter, offsetprinter, teacher of graphic techniques, salesmanager, productmanager, trade journalist, founder of BlokBoek e-zine (2011). But above all husband, father, friend and lover of life in southern Spain (since 2010).

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