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Uni-Pixel, Inc. Message Board

  • lord_aambro lord_aambro Sep 1, 2013 10:58 AM Flag

    From USA Today

    The company has signed agreements with Kingsbury Corp. and Uni-Pixel Inc. to churn out miles worth of thin sheets of touch sensors at Eastman Business Park in Rochester to be used in screens of consumer electronic devices. The touch-sensor module market is expected to reach $32 billion by 2018, according to Kodak.

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    • The market for TOUCH SENSORS is not going to be $32 billion by 2018. That crazy number was debunked months ago by leading experts.

      Perhaps "TOUCH PANELS" ( which I define as LED displays with TOUCH SENSORS added) will be a $32 billion dollar market, but TOUCH SENSORS alone are not.

    • Even in promising technology, the challenge for Kodak and its partners Kingsbury and Uni-Pixel is that a number of other companies — such as an old film nemesis, FujiFilm — also are looking at that touch-sensor market, said Kingsbury CEO Bill Pollock. But given the potential size of that industry, he said, "Neither of us is going to dominate. We want very much to succeed, so we want Uni-Pixel to succeed."

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