DDhawk Sunday, 02/20/11 03:20:53 PM Re: None Post # of 61760 More than mere 'words' alone...here's some 'visuals' to help understand this tech better... This a collection of related DD I've been working on lately on my board. Considering the lack of revelations discovered of late, I thought some of you might be interested in checking this out for 'something to do'. Topic: Dr.Jabbour/R2R PE & the Finnish connections. VTT 2009 Some interesting stuff here on the state-of-the-art in 'printed electronics' (or, "Printed Intelligence" as VTT likes to put it)...advanced pilot line, printed invisible codes, printed fuel cells (think SOFC's?) & even a little on holographics. This tech is looking better (& more advanced) all the time...& this is from 2 yrs. ago. Think of where they might be by now. *see links below: http://www.micropolis.fi/files/micropolis/photonicroad/printed_intelligence_applications_technologies_low_cost_diagnostics_markku_kansakoski_vtt_photoroadsme_oulu_050709.pdf VTT 2010: Updated to a degree... http://www.vttprintedintelligence.fi/cpi_2010.pdf PrintoCent.......... http://www.printocent.net/ And...I've posted this other one before but it's worth taking another look at, now that we're looking at the Oulu/VTT/PrintoCent collaborative in a different light. Confirms 'Direct link' between Dr.J (mentioned by name, as a central figure) & all of the parties above. http://www.printocent.net/downloads/PrintoCentOSC09.pdf Going right to the source; http://www.vttprintedintelligence.fi/ These pics & related info help to visualize their progress, aspirations & the complexities (& expense) of getting this tech off-the-ground. It's interesting to note that virtually 'all' of the VTT/PrintoCent research revolves around 'R2R' (Dr.J's specialty). Just how all these recent disclosures might benefit QTMM is the question now. Based on the 10K, it now appears as though ASU is a thing of the past. Except for possible beneficial associations thru the FDC, maybe that's not a bad thing. From my POV, Dr.J having to carry-the-cross (in his credentilas) of being associated w/ "Arizona" (w/their whacky ways)...at all...could conceivably hold him back in terms of credibility on the World stage IMO. From now on, he can list himself as solely representing KAUST, Oulu or Solterra/QMC of Austin, TX. That's a 'good' thing IMO. It seems more than feasible that w/ Dr.Jabbour's involvement & his patented R2R tech (w/ or w/out QD's), could well play a major part in making VTT's diversified projects a reality. Either thru collaboarative associations, JV's or licensing rights...it would appear (outwardly) as though QTMM might stand to benefit quite handsomely thru this enterprise (in a number of sectors). Although they appear to have more work ahead, VTT seems to be on the threshold of going commercial with many of their projects. With a little luck, the "4th" printer assembly that VTT is scheduled to build-out this year will have an Access2Flow/Solterra QD flow-reactor component attached to it for bringing many of their projects to fruition. Beyond that, the Xenel/Balderrie tie-in to Dr.J & KAUST , whether involving solar &/or SOFC's , seems like another potentially highly beneficial relationship for QTMM. And then...there's KAUST alone....a big plus in our corner IMO. You know.....when looking at all the institutions, facilities, 3rd party financing and collaborations of great minds QTMM has at its disposal , it's too bad QTMM can't really quantify (or lay claim to) these factors as being company 'assets'. Yet, in a very real sense....they are....can you imagine how much it would cost for a privately financed outsider company to buy-in to these resources !?! From this POV, we're $10's of millions in the green IMO. Looking at how the QTMM PPS holds-its-own despite never having made a red-cent in revenues makes me think I'm not the only one that thinks that way. . .