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.