AmphiLab is a product development and provider of technologies multidisciplinary lab that makes it possible to produce printed paper products enhanced with digital capabilities, that are invisible to the eye and provide fo an engaging, intuitive, fun and multi-sensory user-experience.
Our vision is make products that are environmentally sustainable replacing conventional electronics with Printed Electronics consisting of paper and ink. To this end, we are collaborating with companies at the fore-front of Printed Electronics towards developing sustainable solutions for our products.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
- Arthur C. Clrake
We are the original pioneers of the paper books printed with conductive inks that allow the reader to interact with any kind of offline or online digital media content - a true paper Internet of Things (IoT) book. Find out more about our award-winning bitbook (ex-Blink) concept here:
Our strength is in our interdisciplinary approach to idea generation and problem solving. We are building a lab ranging from content creators, illustrators, animators, graphic and industrial designers, to hardware and material engineers and UI/UX developers.
Research and development is a big part of what we do. We experiment with materials and processes to design products where technology is intuitive, almost invisible and environmentally sustainable. We thereby create our own IP, which may used by companies in publishing, advertising, packaging or any other paper-based business.
AmphiLab is always looking for ways to fulfil its vision of making electronic products made out paper and ink. Towards this end, we are establishing collaborations with developers of materials and other core technologies based on conductive inks and Printed Electronics innovations.
AmphiLab recently partnered via the EU-funded INNPAPER programme with companies who are at the forefront of these emerging technologies to develop bitbook.
You can now learn more about award-winning concept for multimedia paper books here: