Sign Uses Solar Power And Electronic Paper

Sign Uses Solar Power And Electronic Paper
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Soofa's Bench in Boston offers a sustainable way to advertise, and is currently providing live updates given by city officials

Zack Palm
  • 23 november 2016

Technology company Soofa and electronic paper experts Visionect teamed up to deploy a solar powered charging station, the Soofa Sign, in Boston. The sign uses e-paper to display real time notifications of local events and city services and only requires four bolts for installation.

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