Wired: The Weird, Wacky Gizmos and Gadgets We Saw at MWC 2024


Published by Simon Hill & Julian Chokkattu

“The goal is to use this technology for hard-to-light surfaces—think glass, wood, carbon fiber, plastic, and metal. By applying this layer over those materials, the company can light up the entire area with high-resolution static images without affecting the look—no backlighting required. And because it’s 1/20th of a millimeter thin, it’s won’t feel like you’re touching plastic.”

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