Are Wearables the Killer Application for Flexible Electronics? Finding the Overlaps, Gaps, and Leaders

Printed, Flexible, and Organic Electronic (PFOE) technologies promise conformable, adaptable, and immersive wearable devices. Yet, wearables today still rely on the conventional components from the mobile device supply chain. So how and where can PFOE technologies find entry into wearable devices? I...

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