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07 MAY 2013

ANAR Foundation: targeting children through lenticular imagery

"ANAR Foundation manages in Spain the European unique phone number 116 111, to attend children and teenagers under a risk situation. On this telephone number, only for minors, they can find the help they need in a totally anonymous and confidential way. But, how can we get our message to a child abuse victim, even when they are accompanied by an adult their aggressor?

Knowing the average height for adults and children under 10, we have created two different messages. Using an outdoor lenticular we show adults an awareness message, while children see a message where we offer them our help and show them the telephone number. A message only for children."

Fig.1 campaign created by Grey Spain (Grey EMEA, http://grey.com/emea/).

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abuse • aggressor • ANAR Foundation • average height • awareness message • child abusechild protectionchildrendifferent angles • different height • displaydisplay advertising • Grey EMEA • GREY Group • height • lenticular image • lenticular imagerylenticular printing • only for children • optical effect • outdoor lenticular • perspective view • printed images • revelation • risk situation • secretsecret messageSpainstreet signteenagervictimviewing angleviewing perspectivevulnerable groups

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Simon Perkins
07 JUNE 2009

Fabrication of organic transistors through printing

"Another important characteristic of organic transistors is the simplicity of the method used to produce them. Inorganic transistors require massive vacuum systems and complex manufacturing processes. However, most organic materials can be dissolved in organic solvents to create 'inks' that can be used to create circuits simply by printing them under normal atmospheric conditions. Printing technology can also be readily adapted to the production of flexible substrates and large substrates. With the methods used to manufacture conventional inorganic transistors, only a few percent of the materials are actually used. Printing is far more efficient, and by optimizing the method it is possible to achieve usage rates as high as 90%. For this reason, this manufacturing method is also attractive from an environmental perspective. Sony is currently conducting research into the fabrication of organic transistors through printing."
(Sony Corporation, 2009)

1). N. Yoneya, N. Hirai, N. Kawashima, M. Noda, K. Nomoto, M. Wada, J. Kasahara, I. Yagi, K. Tsukagoshi, Y. Aoyagi, Digest of Tech. Papers of AM–LCD 05, 25 (2005).
2). I. Yagi, N. Hirai, M. Noda, A. Imaoka, Y. Miyamoto, N. Yoneya, K. Nomoto, J. Kasahara, A. Yumoto, T.Urabe, Society for Information Display 07 Digest , 1753(2007). Sony press release: http://www.sony.co.jp/SonyInfo/News/Press/200705/07–053/

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devicediscoverydisplaydisplay technologyengineeringfabricationflexibleLCD • Organic TFT • organic transistors • OTFT • plastic • polymer • polymer organic TFT • printingproduct designresearchscreenSonytechnology • TFT • TFT-LCD • thin film • thin-film transistor • transistor

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Simon Perkins
11 MARCH 2005

Jellyfish Protein: Rollable Displays

Kimberly Patch, Technology Research New
A group of researchers is working with a fluorescent protein, or chromophore found in jellyfish in order to create better materials for LEDs. [...]The jellyfish protein is a cleverly put together molecule, said Mark Thompson, a chemistry professor at the University of Southern California. "The structure of the protein itself is a barrel like structure and the middle of the barrel is the emitter."Because the part of the molecule that emits light is contained within the base molecule of the protein, changing the molecule in order to tune the color doesn't affect the emitter, said Thompson. "The thing that's neat about it is what were doing to tune color is just adding appendages to the outside the molecule. We can go through the whole visible spectrum with the same core –– the same central part of the molecule," he said.

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chemistrydisplay • fluorescent protein • jellyfishLEDmolecule • Polymer Vision • Thompson
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