Light.Touch.Matters

Feels intuitive, light and sensitive
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Project Light.Touch.Matters (LTM) develops new smart materials that combine touch sensitivity with luminescence. They are constructed from piezo plastics and flexible OLEDs. These LTM materials allow a seamless transition from product to interface, e.g. in rehabilitation aids, diet coaches, dashboards or wearable electronics.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Research Partners: LTM Consortium, Globuddy, Glove, Life Saver

People

Erik Tempelman

Contact

e.tempelman [at] tudelft . nl
www.light-touch-matters-project.eu

Project Light.Touch.Matters (LTM) develops new smart materials that combine touch sensitivity with luminescence. They are constructed from piezo plastics and flexible OLEDs. These LTM materials allow a seamless transition from product to interface, e.g. in rehabilitation aids, diet coaches, dashboards or wearable electronics.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Research Partners: LTM Consortium, Globuddy, Glove, Life Saver

People

Erik Tempelman

Contact

e.tempelman [at] tudelft . nl
www.light-touch-matters-project.eu

Light.Touch.Matters

Project Light.Touch.Matters (LTM) develops new smart materials that combine touch sensitivity with luminescence. They are constructed from piezo plastics and flexible OLEDs. These LTM materials allow a seamless transition from product to interface, e.g. in rehabilitation aids, diet coaches, dashboards or wearable electronics.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Research Partners: LTM Consortium, Globuddy, Glove, Life Saver

People

Erik Tempelman

Contact

e.tempelman [at] tudelft . nl
www.light-touch-matters-project.eu

Project Light.Touch.Matters (LTM) develops new smart materials that combine touch sensitivity with luminescence. They are constructed from piezo plastics and flexible OLEDs. These LTM materials allow a seamless transition from product to interface, e.g. in rehabilitation aids, diet coaches, dashboards or wearable electronics.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Research Partners: LTM Consortium, Globuddy, Glove, Life Saver

People

Erik Tempelman

Contact

e.tempelman [at] tudelft . nl
www.light-touch-matters-project.eu