Review Paper: A critical review of the present and future prospects for electronic paper

@article{Heikenfeld2011ReviewPA,
  title={Review Paper: A critical review of the present and future prospects for electronic paper},
  author={Jason Heikenfeld and Paul S. Drzaic and Jong-Souk Yeo and Tim Koch},
  journal={Journal of the Society for Information Display},
  year={2011},
  volume={19}
}
Abstract— The commercial success of monochrome electronic paper (e-Paper) is now propelling the development of next-generation flexible, video, and color e-Paper products. [] Key Method A critical review of all major e-Paper technologies, including a technical breakdown of the performance limitations based on device physics and commentary on possible future breakthroughs, is presented. In addition, the visual requirements for color e-Paper are provided and compared to standards used in conventional print. It…

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