In the future, e-reader owners may open up their devices to see full-color pages, rendered using the same methods octopuses use to show and hide colors. Some of the latest color e-reader technology in labs today mimics octopuses, cuttlefish and squid, according to a new study.
For instance, the world’s physically lightest and best-quality color e-reader display, which is under development at HP, uses the same techniques that octopuses do when camouflaging themselves or showing off during mating displays. Like the displays on black-and-white E Ink readers available today, the new display isn’t backlit and it uses much less energy than backlit tablet or smartphone screens. The quality of color it produces is on par with print newspaper.
» via Yahoo! News
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