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.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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