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24 Nov 2015  | Rick Merritt

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LEDs on plastic


Among other surface electronics at the event, Nth-Degree demoed its approach to embedding LEDs on plastic. It is selling a dev kit for its first product, an LED strip that costs $5/foot.

The company makes its own conductive ink and has a proprietary gallium nitride LED technology for creating chips it can mount on a 5 mil PET substrate, currently in sheets up to 12in x12in. It eventually aims to sell ultrathin backlights for computer and TV displays.


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