A thin-film microprocessor with inkjet print-programmable memory

@inproceedings{Myny2014ATM,
  title={A thin-film microprocessor with inkjet print-programmable memory},
  author={Kris Myny and Steve Smout and Maarten Rockele and Ajay Bhoolokam and Tung Huei Ke and Soeren Steudel and Brian Cobb and Aashini Gulati and Francisco Rodr{\'i}guez and Koji Obata and Marko Marinkovic and Duy-Vu Pham and Arne Hoppe and Gerwin H. Gelinck and Jan Genoe and Wim Dehaene and Paul Heremans},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2014}
}
The Internet of Things is driving extensive efforts to develop intelligent everyday objects. This requires seamless integration of relatively simple electronics, for example through 'stick-on' electronics labels. We believe the future evolution of this technology will be governed by Wright's Law, which was first proposed in 1936 and states that the cost of a product decreases with cumulative production. This implies that a generic electronic device that can be tailored for application-specific… CONTINUE READING
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