The new displays, pioneered by a new firm called Nemoptic, use nematic liquid crystals which can be twisted to form any color in the visible spectrum. Each tiny crystal is individually controlled allowing, the display to form bright, vibrany high resolution images. It's like going from E-Newspaper to E-Magazines.
The displays consume far less power than traditional displays, yet can be easily viewed in the sun. The high resolution makes them a far better replacement for traditional paper displays, as they're much easier on the eyes, while being infinitely reusable.
For now we're going to have to settle for drab monochrome readers, but it's good to see better things are on the way.
Via Technology Review
written by adana oto kiralama, December 26, 2007
written by adana oto kiralama, December 27, 2007
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