A Low-Energy Display Method WIth Implications For Fashion, Customizable Products, And Industrial Design

A Low-Energy Display Method WIth Implications For Fashion, Customizable Products, And Industrial Design
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A project out of the MIT Media Lab uses a prototype system to create low-power displays and instantly modifiable products.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 august 2010


Slow Display, a project from MIT’s Media Lab, is a method for creating displays on screens and physical materials that consumes very little power. The project coats screens in light-sensitive paint, activating the material with a UV laser projector programmed with the design of the display.

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