This exhibition shows the results of an EU-wide collaboration between designers, materials scientists and consumers, in which novel materials are at the center of design-driven innovation.
We showcase a haptic steering wheel, a solar cell-powered fitness tracker, a smart cosmetic packaging prototype and a smart bicycle helmet design concept.
All projects use printed electronic materials that have been developed to offer new functionalities and to be more ecofriendly alternatives to existing products and materials – e.g. organic photovoltaics, organic batteries, piezoelectric actuators, hydrophobic nano-coatings and others.
This project has received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 program under grant agreement No. 761112
Product & Industrial design