Wtf? Electronic Paper is here!
And it's here! Well, almost.
Fujitsu's new electronic paper features vivid color images that are unaffected even when the screen is bent, and features an image memory function that enables continuous display of the same image without the need for electricity. The thin and flexible electronic paper uses very low power to change screen images, thereby making it ideal for displaying information or advertisements in public areas as a type of new electronic media that can be handled as easily as paper.
The more efficient version pre-empts other companies plans to be a pioneer in this technology. Consider Hitachi's plans to sell a commercialized LCD-based design; Philips and E-ink's monochromatic version launched last year while Seiko Epson's e-paper version won't be available anytime soon.
Read the press release here.
posted by Jdavies @ 7/14/2005,
- At 7/28/2005 03:46:00 PM, said...
got the chance to hold that thing. perks of working for F :-)
Posted by AnP
- At 7/28/2005 04:00:00 PM, said...
No way!!! you did??? that is so cool!
Posted by jdavies
- At 7/28/2005 10:29:00 PM, La Bona said...
Uhmmm ...you got me thinking about that huh?
Nice blog … Keep it up.
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