Ynvisible produces displays for Electroninks‘ Steam Learning Kit


Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver Canada), a fast-growing firm in the IoT market, is beginning commercial production and supply of its electrochromic displays for STEM learning leader Circuit Scribe. As a result of Ynvisible and Electroninks partnership (announced in 2019), Electroninks’ new STEM learning kit will go on sale in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom for Holiday 2021.

In 2013 Electroninks launched Circuit Scribe, a line of educational kits designed to help children learn about electronics. Circuit Scribe STEM kits are based around using a conductive ink pen to draw electrical connections between electronic components. The Circuit Scribe brand is now a well-known name in STEM education, for project based learning and educational toys and in schools and households worldwide.

“Circuit Scribe began with an idea, the idea that we could make stem learning fun and accessible to all. Now partnered with Ynvisible we look forward to taking our product to the next level by encouraging students, teachers and all individuals to expand their interest in transformational electrochromic technology,” said Dr Brett Walker, CEO and co-founder.

"Together with Electroninks, we are fulfilling our commitment of bringing electrochromic technology to a wide audience. We are starting with grade-school learners, their parents, and teachers," underlined Michael Robinson, CEO of Ynvisible Interactive. "Ynvisible's ultra-low-power and durable displays enable new product innovation and experiences within our 'Smart Play' customer vertical. Integration of our displays into learning tools, games, and toys makes for fun technology learning for students, provides practical educational modules for teachers, and kickstarts new product ideation for our customers."

The revenue of the global Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) toys market is expected to grow by USD 964.09 million during 2021-2025. The growth in educational robots, coding, and smart toys is expected to drive the market's growth momentum will accelerate at a CAGR of 4.65%. (Techanvio, 2021)

According to two independent market study reports, the monochrome display market was 110 million USD in 2019, less than 1% of the total display market, including colour displays. Ynvisible has developed new designer displays containing displays in different colours in playful colours and shapes. Customers can purchase a designer kit to explore new options available.

"Electrochromic displays have not been seen in the consumer space until Ynvisible. Our designer displays support our customers' brand experiences and innovation roadmaps," comments Petteri Stromberg, head of category sales at Ynvisible Interactive.

Caption: Electrochromic displays as STEM toys (photo: Ynvisible Interactive)

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