Graphics-Modern & Smart Materials

  • Polymorph
  • Thermochromic Liquid Crystals/Film
  • Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD's)
  • Electronic Paper Displays, e-paper
  • Transdermal Prescription Drug Patches
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Polymorph
Similar to playdough when heated. Hardens when cools, like a plastic. Can be re-heated and reformed a number of times. Good for making one off-mouldings for hand hold devices to test ergomics.
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Thermochromic Liquid Crystals/Film
Used for forehead thermometers and battery test pannels. Heat is required for it to work, top layer conductive ink with a layer of normal ink that shows temperature on colour gauge bars. Temperature generated turns the thermochronic ink transulscent
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Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD's)
Pixels, red green&blue filters. Digital clock, dark in contrast to the silver background.
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Electronic Paper Displays, e-paper
lightweight, durable and highly flexable. Good battery life. Eg, kindle.
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Transdermal Prescription Drug Patches
Medicated adhesive patch that provide a controlled realise of prescripted drug into a patient.
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Card 2

Front

Used for forehead thermometers and battery test pannels. Heat is required for it to work, top layer conductive ink with a layer of normal ink that shows temperature on colour gauge bars. Temperature generated turns the thermochronic ink transulscent

Back

Thermochromic Liquid Crystals/Film

Card 3

Front

Pixels, red green&blue filters. Digital clock, dark in contrast to the silver background.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

lightweight, durable and highly flexable. Good battery life. Eg, kindle.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Medicated adhesive patch that provide a controlled realise of prescripted drug into a patient.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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