Diminishing the user frustrations with wearable devices

Diminishing the user frustrations with wearable devices According to a recent study, fashion and functionality are the two main forces driving the wearables industry. While we agree with the former (our recent blog on the #FashTech industry explains why), we’re not entirely convinced that ‘functionality’ is encouraging this uptake. Earlier this year, we conducted a…

#FashTech: Harnessing the consumer desire for adaptable, customisable wearable devices…

#FashTech: Harnessing the consumer desire for adaptable, customisable wearable devices… Despite the internet being flooded with a number of studies on the wearables industry, earlier this year, we decided to conduct our own study of nearly 2000 consumers to get a feel and understanding for what these consumers actually think about wearables in general as…

E-paper displays transforming the smartphone experience

E-paper displays transforming the smartphone experience    The e-paper market has come a long way since its inception in 1970s and has matured into a proven technology with a genuine business case and a huge breadth of different successful applications. However, one area where EPDs have made less impact is the smartphone market. Despite e-paper…

Blendology turns to Plastic Logic E Ink displays for re-usable, interactive delegate badges

Blendology turns to Plastic Logic E Ink displays for re-usable, interactive delegate badges Despite conferences being a great platform for networking — with so many presentations, panel sessions and demos happening, it is perhaps not surprising that the average delegate only exchanges contact details with just 3 people, according to entrepreneur Bill Munday. The average…

Plastic Logic partners with L!BER8 to deliver high-fashion wearables

Plastic Logic has partnered with L!BER8 to create ‘Tago Arc’ – an elegant smart bracelet featuring a flexible E Ink display that adapts to a wide array of patterns and designs depending on the wearer’s style and mood. By incorporating Plastic Logic’s leading-edge flexible plastic electronic technology, L!BER8 has created a bracelet whereby the final…

Plastic Logic has been shortlisted for the OE-A Competition

Plastic Logic has been shortlisted for Munich’s annual OE-A competition in the ‘Prototype and New Products’ category. In partnership with Blendology, they have developed innovative professional networking conference badges that allows representatives at conferences to tap their badges together to exchange each other’s contact details for networking benefits. Plastic Logic’s electrophoretic display technology makes the…