Microsoft’s New E-Paper Sticky Note Runs On Ambient Light

Microsoft’s New E-Paper Sticky Note Runs On Ambient Light
Technology

Researchers have developed the first e-ink display powered entirely by office bulbs

Dave Zucker
  • 26 october 2016

Researchers at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK have unveiled a new digital sticky note that is fully reusable and never needs charging. The tiny, lightweight laminate houses a bluetooth connection and a black-and-white e-paper display of large pixels “to create an ultra-low power display which is visible at a distance.”

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