The Application of Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics
November 15 - 16, 2017 | Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA

Demonstration Street

The exhibition will feature Demonstration Street, an area in the exhibition dedicated to showing a collection of printed electronics based products and prototypes in once place. Products and samples will be shown for the first time here. It will include printed flexible displays, OLED displays, electrophoretic and electrochromic displays, stretchable lighting, touch textile pads, sensors, solar cells and thin film batteries incorporated into prototype and commercial products.

Preview of Demonstration Street

American Semiconductor

American Semiconductor will be showing a Flexible Programmable SOC Demonstrator with 256kb NVF memory demonstrating wafer-scale conversion of a major semiconductor supplier SOC to


BILIANA K will be showing a Digital Sculpture in Augmented Reality Application. The concept of this Artwork/Product/App is embedded in the IoT and the result is all made possible via web and mobile APPlications.


Brightvolt will be showing a Solid State, PME Battery, the patented proprietary battery technology is Polymer Matrix Electrolyte (PME), which makes the batteries ultra-thin, flexible, extremely safe, and solid state.


Cubibot will be demonstrating their Cloud based and Wifi enabled 3D printer. Given the heated bed with on/off capabilities Cubibot is able to print with a wide range of materials including flexible and


Cytosurge will demonstrate their FluidFM µ3Dprinter, a direct metal printer for printing metals on a micrometer


Etulipa will show Etulipa Carbon, an outdoor, reflective electronic Changeable Copy Board based upon Electro Wetting Display technology. Very low energy, no light pollution, excellent


INTEC Inc. will be demonstrating Wrist Motion Recognition Software, an application software for smart watches, which can support touch-less user interface applied refined motion recognition technology using sensors in the

Murata Electronics N.A., Inc.

Murata will be showing Supercapacitors (DMH, DMT, DMF) and Small energy devices (UMA). DMH is a paper-thin and high-power supercapacitor. DMTs/DMFs are low-profile/high-power supercapacitors. UMAs are slim/high-rate/ultra-long-cycle-life rechargeable


REGEMAT 3D will be demonstrating their V1 Bioprinter. A Bioprinter is a device that manufactures 3D parts with a customized external structure and a meshed internal structure from different biomaterials, seeded with cells.


Sensel will show 'The Morph'. The Morph is a pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device that serves as a platform for any HCI, including: music, art, typing, video editing, gaming and more.

Preview of the Apparel Zone:

Motion Dress

Uses a motion sensor to light up 16 LED Ribbons in a repeating lightning pattern while making large movements.
Dress made by RFactory
Photo by Hanep Creative Studio
Powered by 360Fash Tech "Motion" Kit

Robotic Dress

Uses 6 servo motors to lift 6 robotic legs to sway and move with the wearer, and transforms from a day dress into a ball gown.
Dress by Michal Starost
Maker: Bruce Bateman
Photo by Hanep Creative Studio
Powered by 360Fash Tech "Robotic Dress" Kit

Smart Glove by Azreal YM

This fasionable smart glove was created together with Azreal YM. A smart glove where users can control the lighting pattern according to their gestures and body movements.

Synchronized Smart Gloves

1620 Synchronized Smart Gloves for Intel's Cooperation with CCTV Spring Festival Gala "Spring Wind" Performance. Using gesture recognition to synchronize 162 dancer's gloves lighting patterns, we were able to help director Jiang Gang achieve his fantastical futuristic showcase to 1.3 Billion viewers during Chinese New

E-Textile LED Bag

Beaded E-Textile Dress & Bag.
"Unicorn Bag" by Carley Rose and 360Fashion Network


Scrolling text, draw, animate, sound activated interactive LED T-Shirt. Interactive washable LED T-Shirt pair ur Mobile, Scroll Text, Draw, Bounce Equalizers on LED T-Shirt of Music on