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The eMagin Corporation (Hopewell Junction, New York), a leader in the development, design and manufacture of Active Matrix OLED microdisplays used in military and commercial AR/VR devices, and other near-eye imaging products, recently announced that its WUXGA Color OLED microdisplay has been selected by NordicNeuroLab AS for its VisualSystem HD, its newest generation binocular head-mounted display, which projects high-resolution 2D and 3D images to patients during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) applications.

 


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For some time now, the technology company Continental has been equipping many of its rubber and plastic products with sensor technology, e.g. for condition monitoring, efficiency control and process regulation. With the goal of more comprehensively equipping its rubber and elastomer solutions with sensor technology and intelligent systems, Continental has launched a collaboration – the sensIC project – with partners from industry and R&D. As the collaborative coordinator, Continental is driving the project forward with its integrated sensor technology based on printed electronics for hoses and lines installed in electric vehicles.

 


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Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, Canada) and ALMAX have partnered to bring sensing cold chain, logistics and human machine interface (HMI) solutions to market for distributors and end customers. The companies have signed a transfer agreement for North American and Chinese commercial production of a temperature threshold indicator tag.

 


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Plastic Logic, a leader in the design and manufacture of flexible, glass-free electrophoretic displays (EPDs), has announced a new flexible 5.4in colour display that is set to revolutionise smart wearable devices.

 


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The SUPERSMART research project funded by EIT RawMaterials has shown proof: printed electronic components such as sensors and smart labels on paper can play an essential role in building a smart environment for production, retail and logistics. Efficient and reliable production processes make them economically competitive. In terms of resource conservation, climate and the environment, electronics printed on paper have outstanding advantages over conventional substrates and manufacturing processes for smart electronic components. The SUPERSMART project team is proud to have been selected by the international jury as the winner of the 2021 OE-A competition within the category "Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator". The award ceremony took place on 15 April 2021.