In 2014 I led a collaborative future vision project between Xerox PARC and the Smart Interaction Lab to explore printed electronics across a number of industries (transportation, wearables, structural monitoring, and more). Ultimately, we settled on health and wellness for this project as a way to best illustrate the human/personalized interaction (and impact) between printed technology and the individual. Our collaborative vision has been realized through a series of renderings and high-level concepts for a wearable medical patch – which would be easy–to–wear, low cost, and possibly disposable – and is an example of what is possible when thinking about implementing printed electronics.

Read PSFK's coverage of the project