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Chameleon Optics was founded in 1998 for the purpose of developing and commercializing unique optical coatings. The company was established in Philadelphia PA, but relocated to Bethlehem PA in 2012. 

News

1 July 2013

Chameleon Optics wins an NSF SBIR award to demonstrate a prototype sensor for detecting hazardous static voltage. Assisting with this research is the Coating and Inks Research Institute (CIRI) at Northampton Community College  in Bethlehem PA.


8 September 2009

U.S. Patent 7586665 is granted to Chameleon Optics for positive electrochromic inks that are suitable for use in a flexible electrochromic device. This patent describes the dispersion of electrochromic Prussian Blue nano-pigments within a polymer matrix.


19 August 2008

U.S. Patent 7414771 is granted to Chameleon Optics for ion-conducting adhesives that are suitable for use in a flexible electrochromic device. The patent describes transparent adhesives that are unaffected by moisture and operate over a wide temperature range.


24 September 2002

U.S Patent 6456418 is granted to Chameleon Optics for negative electrochromic inks that are suitable for use in a flexible electrochromic device. This patent describes the in-situ generation of electrochromic transition-metal-oxide nano-pigments within a fluoropolymer matrix.

Development Partners

Welcome to ElectrochromicInk.com

Chameleon Optics has developed a novel electrochromic ink technology allowing the production of low-cost variable-tint plastic devices. This patented technology, available exclusively through Chameleon Optics, can be developed into a wide range of products, including energy-saving electrochromic window films, privacy films, light-weight variable-tint goggles (e.g. ski goggles), automotive films, low-cost flexible displays, flexible electronic book readers, document safeguards, and toys.


 

Chameleon Optics Capabilities

Chameleon Optics can prototype variable-tint products, or provide materials to qualified parties for in-house product development. Chameleon Optics will partner with corporations and universities seeking research contracts.