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Gamma Dynamics

Gamma Dynamics will make and sell eInk-like display modules with 400% more brightness and vivid colors for signage and portable displays.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Electronics / Instrumentation
  • Location Chandler, AZ, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2009
  • Employees 3
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Company Summary

Gamma Dynamics will make and sell display modules with a 400% brightness improvement into the portable display and signage markets via contract manufacturing. Incumbent low power displays suffer from poor brightness or lack color. Initial sales will be to electronic shelf label companies such as Pricer, Altierre, SES, and ZBD. The second product line will provide eReader companies including Amazon and Kobo with magazine-like color displays.


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    John Rudolph

    John Rudolph (President, M.B.A. -MIT Sloan School), formerly a VP of Business Development for Corning, Inc.’s Corning Precision Lens, a projection display component subsidiary which grew from $38M to $250M in revenue while he was responsible for business and product development. An active board member for multiple companies. Several were acquired while he served as a director, one of which provided an investor exit for > $200M.

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    Kenneth Dean
    Chief Technology Officer

    Dr. Kenneth Dean (Chief Technology Officer), formerly Manager of Advanced Displays R&D at Motorola, brings 18 years of display technology and display module development experience, as well as partnership and technology transfer experience with global suppliers. Dr. Dean holds 25 issued patents.

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    Jason Heikenfeld
    Chief Scientist

    Professor Jason Heikenfeld (Principal Scientist) developed the core electrofluidic technology and the foundational intellectual property at the University of Cincinnati. His laboratory, a global leader in displays, has generated dozens of international industry partnerships.

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