We interviewed the Steering Committee members of our touchpoint packaging about the platform and asked them why it is a must-see for visitors at drupa 2020.
It’s Christmas time! Every year we send out beautifully designed Christmas cards to friends and customers to show that we are thinking of them. But how about making your cards stand out from the crowd this year by bringing them to life with the help of augmented reality.
Recently, Boursorama Banque faced the challenge of drawing young people’s attention to their services as France’s cheapest online bank for youths. Therefore, they partnered up with online fashion and cosmetic retailer ASOS to launch a unique print campaign.
Latest research reveals that, in the future, we might use batteries made from paper. They are not only an eco-friendly advancement of common energy storage systems, but also allow for leveraging smart packaging when combined with sensors.
DHL and Blulog have found a solution to easily and efficiently monitor the state of perishable goods as well as the conditions under which they are stored and transported. Both, the logistics company and its customers benefit from this system.
In the latest episode from the #Printerverse podcast series drupa director Sabine Geldermann reports about the upcoming drupa 2020 and gives first insights into what you can expect at the world’s leading trade fair for printing technologies.
Professor Vipul Bansal and his research team from the RMIT made a major advance in the field of monitoring UV rays. By developing a special active ink, they were able to build wearable sensors, displaying the wearer’s sun exposure and therefore helps to protect the skin from damage.
Using sound waves to print droplets of viscous materials and metal: Researchers at Harvard University made it possible. They developed a new printing process, which is quite promising for the pharmaceutical and many other industries.
3D concrete printing is currently experiencing a great boom in architecture. Whole houses are already being printed layer by layer. For the Smart Slab project, on the other hand, researchers use 3D printing to produce the formworks for the building elements in order to be more efficient.