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Articles tagged with: epaper

Taiwan’s E-paper And What This Means For The Future

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute has developed e-paper technology which it expects to be used for digital signage. ITRI demonstrated prototypes of the e-paper (not pictured) that it hopes will be commercialized within the next two years.

The e-paper can print red, green, and blue in different parts of the paper and utilizes a roll-to-roll printing process that is currently used in newspaper presses. One example the ITRI demonstrated was an e-paper clock that refreshes electronically with each second. The research institute also noted other uses, such as e-wallpaper and e-tickets, which could be recycled and reprinted for hundred of events.

Sony Reveals 13.3″ Flexible Color Display

Sony has just developed a 13.3″ flexible color electronic paper device. The e-paper was revealed at the 49th SID International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition 2011, the world’s largest academic conference on display technologies.

The new display is based on E Ink Corp’s electrophoretic-display technology. The e-paper weighs in at just 20 grams and is 150-microns thick. It is made of a plastic substrate and has a color gamut of 13% with a contrast ratio of 10:1 and a 150 dots per inch resolution.