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Make Brighter, Full-color Electronic Readers? Brilliant!


April 29, 2009

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Electrofluidic Display Technology developed at the University of Cincinnati puts electronic book readers ahead by a wide margin. For the first time "e-paper" will achieve the brilliance of printed media. An international collaboration of the University of Cincinnati, Sun Chemical, Polymer Vision and Gamma Dynamics has announced Electrofluidic Display Technology, the first technology to electrically switch the appearance of pigments in a manner that provides visual brilliance. Full Story

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