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March 15, 2013 AT 8:10 pm

Playing with Indium Tin Oxide (video)

Ladyada gave me some ITO (indium tin oxide)-coated plastic and glass samples to play with, so I affixed some LEDs to this transparent conductive material! Watch the video on YouTube (please subscribe)!


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1 Comment

  1. Hmmmm……..I have a feeling that this kind of plastic could be used for a new kind of printed circuit board!
    It’d be easier (for some) to cut and glue instead of soldering, and maybe this would be easier to print at home!

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