Saturday, October 04, 2008

Scientists aim to deliver e-paper in full computerised colour

Scientists in Cambridge have launched a £12m three-year project to create the next generation of e-paper, which may herald the arrival of fully interactive, all-colour computerised newspapers and magazines.

Futurismic sounds a word of skepticism here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm going with Futurismic on this one, it always seemed a bit like an 8 track to me. One of those in-between tech things that sounds like it might be cool but is limited in life span. There may be other applications for it however other than newspaper and magazine.