Handmade Christmas Card With Silver Conductive Ink Invites Recipients To Light Up The Tree Design [Video]

Handmade Christmas Card With Silver Conductive Ink Invites Recipients To Light Up The Tree Design [Video]
Advertising

Ad agency Dentsu London create a card with a self-contained circuit that reacts when pressed.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 december 2011

Dentsu London has been making Christmas cards for the festive season inspired by the University of Illinois’ experiments with making silver conductive ink. The advertising agency used a conductive ink pen, a watch battery and surface-mounted electronic components to create a self-contained circuit on the card. Lights appear on the Christmas tree when you press the circles at the bottom of the design.

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