Nissha's stealthy digital display tiles and time-tagged food sealers show a discrete take on tech in the home or office

Whether it be called the Internet of Things, interconnection or digital creep, the range of products with connectivity features or digital displays continues to expand. These features largely promise to make us more aware or our lives more efficient and organized. At the 2015 International Contemporary Furniture Fair in NYC located way in the back of Javits Hall was a display of prototypes offering a glimpse of connected products of the future.

‘Connected Life‘ was the theme explored by Nissha Printing, a company you've probably never heard of but have likely come in contact with. The Kyoto-headquartered company operates in industrial materials, devices, and information and communication businesses and as the name suggests specializes in printing. Their film and in-mold printing technology has been used extensively in automobiles, electronics and cosmetics packaging.

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