Electronic paper goes colour

By | July 11, 2006

Electronic paper goes colour 1Bridgestone (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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