Our laboratory is aiming to develop novel applications of thin-film devices such as organic electronics as well as to explore their fundamental study. More specifically, electronic and/or photonic devices are integrated on the ultra-thin films or rubber sheets to produce next-generation information devices having excellent mechanical flexibility. These flexible devices are cooperatively linked with state-of-the-art silicon technologies such as ultralow power wireless chips and applied to flexible systems. Moreover, by utilizing the biocompatible electronics such as flexible devices, emerging region that fuses the machine and the biological will be investigated to advance unique bio-medical and robotics applications. Furthermore, the rapid prototyping with the technique of digital fabrication will be utilized to establish various kinds of new systems and services that support humans and consequently, the new manufacturing parading that can respond to rapid changes in society and meet their needs will be realized.