Flexmedia – Flexible Animated Signs



These looked cool, ultra flexible animated posters. Flexmedia uses EL (Electroluminescent) to manufacture striking signage. The above picture doesn’t do the display justice, animation after the jump. So what exactly is EL?
This is how Flexmedia explain it:

EL, or electroluminescent signage, is essentially a flat light bulb sandwich consisting of layers of conductive and non-conductive plastic and a layer of phosphor. The phosphor is laminated between two conductive layers and, as a voltage is applied between the two conductive layers, or electrodes, the phosphor emits light energy.

When a high-quality, high-resolution image is printed over the light, it behaves like a backlit sign.

I’m still waiting for Google to approve the video to show it in action so until then I’ve take this sample from the Flexmedia site.


Flexmedia demo.

4 reviews or comments

Gallery of posts (mainly CES) up to 01-09-2007 » Coolest Gadgets Says: January 9, 2007 at 2:01 pm

[…] « Flexmedia – Flexible Animated Signs […]

Chris Castillo Says: January 10, 2007 at 12:18 pm


We are a company in Mexico who we make them aswell, we have made a lot of EL products for the Mexican market, the EL is a very innovative material, very useful for night clubs and bars.



jaime segovia Says: July 15, 2010 at 9:34 am

hola chris
Me puedes pasar tus datos, me interesa el producto

jaime segovia Says: July 15, 2010 at 10:19 am

chris pasame tu email por fa

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