David Savastano, Editor05.15.13
There are quite a number of printed electronics manufacturers who have made the leap from the lab to pilot production. The next step is to bring their product into commercialization, which takes a great deal of effort, both in terms of finding the right markets and upsizing their company.
ISORG is successfully navigating the path to commercialization. Founded in May 2010, ISORG, or Image Sensor Organic, in partnership with CEA-LITEN, the French Laboratory of Innovation for New Energy Technologies and Nanomaterials, introduced the Magic Pad in 2011.
The Magic Pad a flexible organic photo-detector array demonstrator that can transform glass and plastic into smart surfaces. Potential applications include consumer electronics, interactive packaging, home appliances, industrial displays and games. By mid-2011, ISORG had caught the eye of designers, and was developing its own manufacturing line on Grenoble, France.
Now, two years later, Laurent Jame
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