Decker Yeadon Uses NanoINK Solution to Impart Electrical Properties

 - Sep 29, 2010
References: deckeryeadon & psfk
The possibilities may be endless with the NanoINK solution at hand. Recently used by materials design firm Decker Yeadon, NanoINK solution allowed for the creation of electricity conducting paper.

According to PSFK, the NanoINK solution "is made up of primarily conductive carbon nanotubes smaller than a DNA molecule, mixed within a solution that helps imparts their electrical properties onto cotton fabric and paper." Although developed for architectural purposes, it will probably be seen in other industries such as entertainment and health.