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Automatically darkening windows in a wide range of colors

Automatically darkening windows in a wide range of colors

Electrochromic glass darkens automatically when the sun shines and keeps the heat out. Previously it was available only in blue, and switching times were also long. Now, a new process makes it possible to manufacture other glass colors for the first time.
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Kinestral reinvents glass: say hello to interactive windows and walls

Kinestral reinvents glass: say hello to interactive windows and walls

Kinestral Technologies has launched Halio™, a smart-tinting glass that claims to be the world's most advanced and responsive natural light management system.
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SAGE and Arisdyne Systems sign exclusive supply agreement

SAGE and Arisdyne Systems sign exclusive supply agreement

SAGE has signed a two year supply agreement with Arisdyne Systems Inc to purchase Arisdyne's "Electrosperse" conductive inks exclusively for the production of SageGlass electronically tintable dynamic glass that tints or clears on-demand.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 29, 2014
World's first  BIOPV concrete façade installation

World's first BIOPV concrete façade installation

Heliatek has successfully delivered the first BIOPV - Building Integrated OPV - solar films to China.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2014
High-tech mirror to beam heat away from buildings into space

High-tech mirror to beam heat away from buildings into space

Engineers have invented a revolutionary coating material that can help cool buildings, even on sunny days, by radiating heat away from the buildings and sending it directly into space.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 2, 2011
Flexible electronics is the winner

Flexible electronics is the winner

There is a new form of electronics that will hit that figure in half the time because, unlike the silicon chip, it subsumes electrics such as lighting, batteries, solar cells and heaters, not just electronics. It is usually achieved by printing and its most vital characteristic is physical flexibility.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 24, 2011
Stanford's new stretchable solar cells will power 'super skin'

Stanford's new stretchable solar cells will power 'super skin'

Stanford researcher's new stretchable solar cells will power artificial electronic 'super skin'. Ultrasensitive electronic skin developed by Stanford researcher Zhenan Bao is getting even better. Now she's demonstrated that it can detect chemicals and biological molecules, in addition to sensing an incredibly light touch. And it can now be powered by a new, stretchable solar cell she's developed in her lab, opening up more applications in clothing, robots, prosthetic limbs and more.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2010
DoE grant accelerates OLED lighting for high-end commercial use

DoE grant accelerates OLED lighting for high-end commercial use

Companies to demonstrate energy-efficient PHOLED lighting system with white color tunability in program designed to accelerate lighting industry commercialization.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2010
Screen printable solar cells

Screen printable solar cells

New solar glazing technology is printed directly on glass and can be semi-transparent in a wide range of colours.
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A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

A paradigm shift for the $25 billion outdoor advertising industry

The $25 billion outdoor advertising industry is turning from the old sluggish platform of static poster advertisements to a new media platform thanks to digital displays.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 30, 2010
Woven electronics

Woven electronics

Electrical engineers from ETH Zurich have devised intelligent textiles that already have electronic components such as sensors and conductive filaments woven into them.
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SAGE and Arisdyne Systems sign exclusive supply agreement

SAGE and Arisdyne Systems sign exclusive supply agreement

SAGE has signed a two year supply agreement with Arisdyne Systems Inc to purchase Arisdyne's "Electrosperse" conductive inks exclusively for the production of SageGlass electronically tintable dynamic glass that tints or clears on-demand.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 23, 2014
High-tech mirror to beam heat away from buildings into space

High-tech mirror to beam heat away from buildings into space

Engineers have invented a revolutionary coating material that can help cool buildings, even on sunny days, by radiating heat away from the buildings and sending it directly into space.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 24, 2011
Stanford's new stretchable solar cells will power 'super skin'

Stanford's new stretchable solar cells will power 'super skin'

Stanford researcher's new stretchable solar cells will power artificial electronic 'super skin'. Ultrasensitive electronic skin developed by Stanford researcher Zhenan Bao is getting even better. Now she's demonstrated that it can detect chemicals and biological molecules, in addition to sensing an incredibly light touch. And it can now be powered by a new, stretchable solar cell she's developed in her lab, opening up more applications in clothing, robots, prosthetic limbs and more.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 29, 2010
Screen printable solar cells

Screen printable solar cells

New solar glazing technology is printed directly on glass and can be semi-transparent in a wide range of colours.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 30, 2010
Woven electronics

Woven electronics

Electrical engineers from ETH Zurich have devised intelligent textiles that already have electronic components such as sensors and conductive filaments woven into them.