World’s Thinnest ePaper


By David Ponce

From the unlikeliest of places comes news of the world’s thinnest ePaper. Indeed, Bridgestone tires (yup, yup, the tire people) has announced that they’ve developed QR-LDP e-paper (Quick Response – Liquid Powder Display) that’s 0.29mm thin. That’s a little less than a third of a millimeter, if you’re fractionally inclined.

Of course, this news coming from Japan, we’re low on details. As in, that’s all I know. I’m including a link to a Japanese press release, so if anyone feels there’s something there we should know, we’re all earses.

[Press Release] VIA [Akihabara News] VIA [Xataka]

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