Bridgestone develops the world’s largest and thinnest Electronic paper

by Dhiram Shah

Bridgestone Japan has developed an A3 sized color electronic paper it was showcased at the FPD International 2007 exhibition held at Yokohama. The A3 sized electronic paper has a display area of 435 x 326mm and can display 4096 colors at 80dpi resolution. The display makes use of QR – LPD (Quick-Response Liquid Powder Display) which the company has been developed over the years. The charged particles repel each other delivering a response time of just 0.2 milli seconds. Apart from being the biggest the electronic paper is also the thinnest in the world at just 0.29-millimeters.


  1. Stuart Halliday

    Ok, what is ‘0.2 mini seconds’. Do you guys just make this stuff up?

  2. kjetil foss b

    Stuart- Its milli-seconds! you know, a decimal of a second..

  3. worko

    When I can see bilboard with 4 colors. Only 4!
    But change every hours!

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