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Kunststoffe international 2011/06

Printed Smart Objects: Interaction with the User

Printed Smart Objects: Interaction with the User

Radio-activated displays on thin, flexible plastic films are currently the most important innovation in the field of printed electronics. Such devices can be produced inexpensively in large quantities using modern rollto-roll processes. They enhance optically attractive, interactive applications, such as product marketing, brand protection and product authentication, as well as games.

Klaus Ludwig | Henning Rost

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2 Rost, H.; Mildner, W.: Latest Advances: On the Way to Printed Electronics. Kunststoffe international 98 (2008) 6, pp. 60–64, PE104275.

3 Wörle, J; Rost, H.: Invisible Helpers. Kunststoffe international 100 (2010) 4, pp. 58–61, PE110369.

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International Polymer Processing

International Polymer Processing, the journal of the Polymer Processing Society, is a discussion forum for the world-wide community of engineers and scientists in the field of polymer processing.

The journal covers research and industrial application in the very specific areas of designing polymer products, processes, processing machinery and equipment.


International Polymer Processing


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