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.
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.
|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.