This week’s future links deal with future technologies including a sensor that can monitor a tread of car tires, the new OLED evaluation agreement, a 3D facial recognition system, flexible solar panels and smart printed electronics.
Our industry has an impressive history and with their great innovations, pioneers such as Alois Senefelder made it a flourishing field. Godefroy Engelmann is among the most notable inventors of printing methods.
Our future links deal with 3D printing this week featuring the world’s lightest satellite, a 3D-printed violin, a recreation of the Utah climbing route, designer vases and how old fishing nets serve as 3D printer filaments.
This week’s future links summarize the latest innovations in the field of printed technologies. Learn about new printed electronics, RFID smart labels, flexible printing process, colors that never fade and the circuit production by inkjet printing.
This edition of our Future Links is all about multichannel solutions, virtual reality and apps. Read all about how Amazon helps choosing an outfit, people can touch the virtual, an app turns data into holograms, to use television ads the best and what the classic game snake is looking now.