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10 FEBRUARY 2013

Panasonic's Life Wall: a vision for the future

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2008 • acoustic field • audiovisual life • CEATEC JAPAN 2008 • comfortable space • convergence • digital information mirror • dining mode • dining roomdisplay technologydisplay walldomestic futuresenvisioning • flat panel display (FPD) • flat-screen display • flat-screen television • floor-to-ceiling • future forecastingfuture of place • home appliance • home network • hybrid spaceshypermediacyinteractive screenlarge scale installation • large-screen TV • lifestyleliving roomPanasonic Life Wall • picture window • product concept • proof of concept • real and virtual environments • relaxing tone • simulated environmentsurroundingstechnology futurestelevision screen • theatre mode • virtual and real • virtual interior design • wall-sized screen

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Simon Perkins
03 NOVEMBER 2012

Kino-mo: computer generated adverts on bicycle wheels

"Old Bond is an award winning, independent creative agency that helps to promote forward thinking brands in an innovative and exciting way. We provide tailored solutions with our unique technology – a breakthrough in outdoor advertising"

(Old Bond London Ltd., UK)

[Kino-mo were previously 'Old Bond']

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2012advertising display • Art Stavenka • bicyclebicycle wheelsbike • computer generated ads • display advertisingdisplay technology • Dragons Den • entrepreneurentrepreneurshipinvention • Kyril • Old Bond London Ltd. • outdoor advertisingpromotiontechnical innovation • UCL • UCL Bright Ideas Awards • UK • unique technology • University College London

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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
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