Development of Color Electronic Paper Display Technology featuring Enhanced Brightness and Color Reproducibility by RICOH
Based on world’s first new organic electrochromic material with capability of producing 3 primary colors while improving memory properties this was developed by Ricoh back in March 2009, the company has developed color electronic paper display technology which is capable of achieving a bright display at low power consumption and low cost. Through this success in achieving bright images with high color image reproducibility, Ricoh has worked toward practical application through improving reliability/repetition durability for guaranteeing tens of thousands of rewrites and larger screen size.
The new technology will go beyond document display devices capable of displaying fine characters to multitude of other applications in parallel. Ricoh is currently showcasing the new technology at DISPLAY WEEK 2011 of SID (The Society for information Display) being held in Los Angeles from May 15th to 20th.