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Prototype PragmatIC Flexible Integrated Circuit

This early example of a flexible integrated circuit printed directly onto a plastic sheet was presented to the Centre for Computing History at the opening of the "ARM at 25" exhibit. Pragmatic Printing Ltd aims to develop ultra-thin and low-cost flexible microcircuits supported by ARM Holdings. The individual circuits are thinner than a human hair and can be embedded into a flexible surface.

Manufacturer: PragmatIC Printing Ltd, ARM
Date: 2015



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