6 Let the games begin
When looking for technologies to incorporate in their products companies like Hasbro aren’t playful at all


A hug for your wrist
SnapWatch wants to stand apart by being truly flexible and smoothly adjusting to every arm


A shining example
E Ink made it from the laboratory to mass markets around the world armed with a wall of innovation


Low-light specialists
Dye sensitised solar cells make portable electronics shine even in low light conditions


You can touch this!
Together TouchNetix and M-Solv are working on digitally printed and laser ablated capacitive touch sensors


Talking technology
Printed electronics can connect real life objects with virtual worlds and thereby give a whole new dimension to games


Displays on the move
Flexible displays are getting ready to take their spot in portable and wearable electronics


Evaluating the possibilities
To advance printed displays, developing more powerful inks may be crucial


Drop by drop production
Xaar presents a new inkjet printhead that could mean a step forward for inkjet printing in printed electronics


Bridging the gap
As technology is advancing machine makers are seeing an increasing demand for equipment for pilot and full production


Printing with light
Photonic print technology could play a crucial role in the production of flexible displays and OPV


Everything under control
Drives and controls are an important part of every printing and coating process


Extending the limits
The demand for bigger displays and higher resolutions can only be satisfied with novel materials


Adjusting to demand
Sun Chemical produces printing inks that are tailored to its customers’ needs


Creating the ‘intelligent film’
OPE journal took a glance behind the scenes of PolyIC, one of the pioneers of our industry


No drop falls unnoticed
ImageXpert’s latest analysis device is intended to facilitate and speed up inkjet R&D


Growth – back to the future
Printed Electronics Europe moves back to its old venue to continue its drive for growth


Creating a new market
The industrial printing industry gathered in Hanover to show its capabilities


A red carpet for printed electronics
With only a few weeks to go until LOPEC starts in Munich, OPE journal presents the event’s main exhibitors


The road less travelled
Thomas S. Knutsen’s wanderlust not only led him straight through central Asia but also to a very extraordinary honeymoon

1 A word of greeting
2 Calender of Events
3 OE-A Members From All Over the World Attend Meeting
4 Attendees Enjoy Networking with the Experts
OE-A Expands its Activities in Asia
5 Meet the OE-A at Interpack
6 New Organic Ways to Brighten Up Our Lives
7 “Fingies” – more than a Rapid Prototyping Platform for Internet of Things Applications.
8 As Imagination Proceeds, Technology Manages to Keep Pace
10 Adjusted Heating for Textiles
11 Printed Electronics Sensors Ready for New Revolutions
12 Silver Nanowires: Enabling the Future of Flexible Electronics
14 Touch Applications with Flexible, Transparent and Conductive Films
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