Paper that plays music

The Uniform agency has developed paper that plays music through a process called conductive ink. This technology basically creates printed electronics which can be on almost any surface, not just paper. Several other contributors made this project a reality: Dr Jon Rogers, Mike Shorter and Tom Metcalfe of the University of Dundee; Dr Kate Stone, Cambridge Printed Electronics specialists Novalia; artists & musicians of FOUND; and Kenny Anderson aka King Creosote. See more about this emerging technology at the Uniform blog.