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Ynvisible | Established and new applications of printed e-paper displays | June 2022


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Thank you very much. So ynvisible makes printed epaper displays and solutions finished products. We make ultra low power segmented displays and we can make them any shape, size, what have you. Without expensive the expensive, say an lcd or epdm electrolytic e-paper because ours is printed. So here's just a quick look at our stack up. We have a moisture barrier, graphical layer. We have an electrolyte and electrodes so we can make really any shape or size, but we do not do high resolution pixel size displays. Right. So we can put information where you need it. We don't make it look maybe super pretty, but we can get the information cheaply and also low power, flexible where you need it. So here's a quick comparison between the competitive technologies, right? So invisible makes the printed e-paper with ink, intellectual theoretic, and then memory and pixel is an LCD based technology. So you can see clearly that there is an area where the printed technology fits quite better if you need thin, if you need a flexible, customizable and price. So we have customers that have been used in electrical, forensic or ink and they're using Invisibles product because we meet one of these criteria is a requirement, whether it's price customisation. Right? So all of us, all the papers are ultra low power and reflective. They're not all white temperature. They don't all have high resolution. As you see in some you see in the e-reader, it's very high resolution. Everybody may not be familiar with memory and pixel, but it's basically a bi stable LCD. So we focus on the areas of our strengths and there are real world, real world applications where these play very nicely. So these are some of the target markets that we're focused on right now. New one for us, digital signage, because we can make larger displays at very low cost and you can run them, say, on a coin cell for years and have a pretty large display. Another one is authenticity and security. So having a logo on a product that can turn on and turn off is a lot more advanced than, say, having a hologram. Anybody can get holograms now. Now you can have a product and when your customer puts their phone on the product, it will activate. They also can link to a website over the NFC so you can do NFC or RFID. And we're harvesting the energy of the NFC to turn the display on. Smart monitoring and labels is really up and coming. So packages can tell you what's going on with the package without having to go to a separate computer. You have some intelligence here, a microprocessor. And the package might be to tell you, I'm expiring. I've been exposed to too much heat. I haven't been filled with all my ingredients yet and so on. And then retail, we've all seen the ubiquitous electronic shelf labels. However, you usually see them on higher end items like appliances or smartphones. You don't usually see them on everyday items. And that's due to the cost of the electromagnetic displays. So here's an example of a customer that was using electromagnetic, but they couldn't meet their target price points in the in the real world. And also the cost of integration was higher. The electromagnetic needed to be in a injection molded case with a clear front, and it has to be able to sonically welded. And it's a fairly expensive process in comparison. Now you see it has a very high resolution, but in comparison, here's the label they went with. These are handbags on clothing. So they just every piece of clothing can have its own price. So you see it's not as high resolution, but it's thin, it's flexible, it's easy to be integrated, it can be laminated onto plastic and it makes it very low cost. But yet functional solution. This is the case. Low cost and functional. Oh, sorry. Doubled up that size. So digital signage, we have large alpha numerics and we also have you have sure we have large pixel based displays. Is it the example of the authenticity? It's blank. And with the placement of your phone, it changes. There's some examples of retail signage. And the clothing. We have labels on your clothing. And then we're also looking at things like catalytic displays, no electronics. So the chemistry of what you are monitoring actually activates the display. Whether that's food going bad or a wound would have. You don't have to peel it off and you could tell what's going on underneath. Similarly smart exploration labels. And so here's some those were some real world applications. Thank you very much.

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