News Anime on electric paper?
posted on 2003-10-07 13:13 EDT
Scientists at Philips Research have announced they have created a new type of "electronic paper" which could possibly enable books, magazines, and newspapers to show full-color movies. This brings the potential for anime viewing and marketing in more creative avenues, such as embedding anime previews in trade paperback graphic novels.
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