Light Paper

This company has figured out how to print paper that lights up when a voltage is applied to the sheet.

How would you use light if it was paper-thin and could be applied to any surface anywhere? When Rohinni CMO Nick Smoot asked me that question, I was pretty stumped at first.

But he’s already figuring it out. That’s because Rohinni has developed a form of what it calls Lightpaper. It’s a way to print lighting and apply it to nearly any surface, in any shape, and for any situation.

“With Lightpaper it’s more of a platform of light that we don’t even know how it’s going to be used,” explains Smoot. “All we know is that we’re trying to unlock the ability to create light.”

I love that they have no idea what they are going to do with it….
Sounds a bit like a solution looking for a problem to me….

Anyway, I was a bit disappointed that there are no technical details about it at this stage, how much voltage does it need, how efficient is it and so on.

That said, I can see it being used to come up with some really sweet mood lighting in a home.
If it can come in other colors and its affordable, I’m all over it.