Would you use "Printed Wi-Fi?"

This week, Tech Briefs TV featured an additive-manufacturing technology from the University of Washington.

The "Printed Wi-Fi" method creates 3D-printed objects that communicate with other smart devices. The technique could someday lead to buttons and sliders that wirelessly control music volume and lights, or smart bottles that sense liquid flow and send data to nearby RF devices.

What do you think? Would you use "Printed Wi-Fi?"

What do you think?