Paper Gets Technologically Advanced Thanks to These Sensor Tags

Paper Gets Technologically Advanced Thanks to These Sensor Tags
Technology

University of Washington and Disney Research teamed up to transform the way we use paper

Eva Recinos
  • 19 may 2016

While technology threatens to make the average piece of paper obsolete, some creative minds might actually find a way to bridge traditional and digital tools. The University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University and Disney Research recently teamed up to collaborate on a project made up of sensor tags called PaperID.

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