Summary

Printed electronic technology systems developed by T-Ink and its partners have been revolutionizing the interaction between people and products for nearly a decade. Conductive printed inks in more than 2,000 tested, nontoxic T-Ink formulations exchange antennas, buttons, lights, microphones, sensors, speakers, switches, and wires with only printed “ink” applications.Hallmark collaborated with T-Ink to create and manufacture an interactive party tablecloth. Inspired by animated features and classic properties including Spiderman, Barbie, Winnie the Pooh, Batman, and Cars, the table covering adds novelty to children’s parties with touch-activated sounds, lights, and speech. Users can enjoy listening to music in the bed and bath with hidden T-Ink-printed controls that power FM radios in WestPoint Stevens’ fully washable pillows and shower curtains. For special guests at tennis’ U.S. Open grand slam tournament, American Express introduced a unique T-Ink-manufactured radio credential holder, allowing them to listen to the play-by-play by touching conductive ink controls printed directly on the tickets and VIP badges.Playtex adds education to play by using T-Ink dishwasher-safe conductive ink formulation to print buttons on sippy cups; toddlers can touch the surface to hear animal sounds, music, and letters of the alphabet. Fisher-Price and Second Planet have combined with T-Ink to entertain children with interactive wall posters featuring popular cartoon characters from the world of Sesame Street to Nickelodeon.Outdoor enthusiasts can better brave the cold wearing T-Ink’s Thermologic apparel, a wardrobe of jackets, pants, hats, and gloves heated by its Thermotex system. Sears’ Craftsman Heated Workwear jackets, gloves, and vests also use Thermotex technology, allowing for three heat settings. No matter how many times these heated apparel items are folded, stretched, or washed, Thermotex provides ever-lasting warming capabilities.T-Ink is headquartered in midtown Manhattan. For inquiries, product and licensing information, and demonstrations, visit www.t-ink.com or email info@t-ink.com.

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T-Ink