Dynamically Functional Surfaces™
Bare Conductive’s groundbreaking Dynamically Functional Surface Technology makes it possible to transform any surface into a smart surface. With over a dozen functionalities available, our core competence is transforming traditional surfaces into smart ones, measuring interaction, occupancy, water leaks, corrosion, and more. Our technology stack extends from the surface to the cloud, delivering high-quality data to building management systems, vehicle control systems, and mobile devices.
We’re currently conducting field trials and proof of concept projects for global leaders in the construction, chemicals, automotive and insurance industries. Contact us for more information or download a one-page technology pdf to the right.
Making our technology accessible and easy to use as part of a development process is important. We’ve created a range of development kits to enable individual engineers and designers to prototype their own Dynamically Functional Surfaces. Visit our shop and our resources page for more information. Check the links below for more ideas and inspiration on how our technology could be the solution you need.
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Our development kits make prototyping smart surfaces easy
Case studies, white papers, and project resources
What is Electric Paint: the composition and application of conductive paints
Conductive inks are core to our technology stack. Read more about the composition of Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint and how it compares to other paints and inks that we use to create our printed sensors.
Smart Surfaces Will Transform the Way We Live, Work and Care
Our Dynamically Functional Surfaces are part of a larger project to incorporate smart surfaces into the places where we live, work, and travel. Get acquainted with the latest smart surface technologies and learn how it might contribute to what you are building.
How to create a smart sensor with IFTTT
Use our development kits to control almost any smart home device through touch and proximity interaction using IFTTT.
How to make a proximity Philips Hue switch
Control a Philips Hue bulb with variable proximity interaction using a Raspberry Pi, our Pi Cap, and our printed sensors.
Touch Board + Grapher
Use our Grapher software to see the range of sensitivity from our capacitive sensors and adjust thresholds appropriate to your project.