Electronic paper goes colour

By | July 11, 2006

Bridgestone (yes, the tire company) has released what it claims is the thinnest colour electronic paper. For those of you who have been in the woods, e-paper (or electronic paper display) is one of the coolest ideas in the future of technology. Up until now, e-paper is mostly in black and white. Bridgestone’s QR-LPD, short for Quick Response – Liquid Powder Display, has a dual-colour display (red and yellow) and measures just 0.29mm thick.

According to Bridgestone, it will be possible to add more colours in time to come.

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