Siemens’ new color display screen can be printed directly onto paper or cardboard. This technology enables it to be thin, flexible, and affordable enough to be mass-produced and included in books, mags, lables, tickets, and a host of other traditional media.
These mini-screens use electrochromic substances that changes color when administered with an electrical charge. Practical uses include installation instructions on products and dosage instructions for drugs.
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