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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Silver ink for wearable or throwaway electronics

Here’s a cool technology: Xerox developed a silver ink for wearable or throwaway electronics:

Xerox researchers have invented a kind of ink that can conduct electricity and be used to put electronic circuits on top of plastics, film, and textiles. That means in the coming years we’ll be able to wear or bend our electronics. You could even print out your electronic gadget on plastic sheets, as if you were printing a document.

This technology can prove decisive on the RFID market in massifying usage and pulverizing prices.

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