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Looking For E-Ink Applications Beyond Ebook Readers 161

Posted by timothy
from the not-satisfied-until-it's-the-whole-table dept.
An anonymous reader writes "When MIT's Media Lab originally came up with E-Ink back in 1997, we doubt they expected the technology to be this widely popular. Today, we see E-Ink's applications take a step further than just E-book readers. From streaming videos onto your wardrobe to camouflaging tanks, various companies have been experimenting with the technology to discover its next big adoption."
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