The pixel structure that can reveal or hide the pigments with high contrast and video speed
The Sun Chemical pigment dispersions that provide e-paper with the same brilliant colorations as printed paper
A new electronic ink display technology has been developed at the University of Cincinnati. This new technology, called an electrofluidic display (EFD), creates a reflective display that can produce color and contrast ratio of up to 85 percent what normal paper can achieve, promising a new generation of full-color electronic readers.
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