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E ink

  1. 1. ER. ANKUR PRAKASH SINGH
  2. 2.  Introduction  Scheme  Working  Application  Advantages  Disadvantages  Future  Conclusion  References Content…..
  3. 3. E Ink is the creator of electrophoretic or electronic ink. Electronic ink is actually a straightforward fusion of chemistry, physics and electronics. It's so much like paper. What is E ink???
  4. 4.  Research started at the MIT Media Lab in 1996.  Joseph Jacobson and Barrett Comiskey invented E ink in 1996.  On June 1, 2009, E Ink Corp. Purchased technology by one of its primary business partners. History
  5. 5. 1.E Ink Pearl - July 2010 2.E-ink Mobius- 2010 3.E Ink Triton- November 2010 4.E Ink Carta- January 2013 Variants of E ink
  6. 6. 1. Upper layer 2. Transparent electrode layer 3. Transparent micro-capsules 4. Positively charged white pigments 5. Negatively charged black pigments 6. Transparent oil 7. Electrode pixel layer 8. Bottom supporting layer 9. Light 10. White 11. Black Scheme
  7. 7.  Three Pigment Ink System  The Ink - 2 Pigment System Working
  8. 8. Working
  9. 9.  eReaders  Indicators  Watches  Keypads  Wireless Devices  Cell Phones Applications
  10. 10.  Indicators E Ink Segmented displays enable engineers and designers to add high contrast displays where power and space limitations have made it impossible.  eReaders E Ink Active Matrix displays deliver the best reading experience with the highest contrast and longest battery life for eReaders. Applications
  11. 11.  Keypads E Ink Segmented displays make it possible to offer breakthrough designs such as dynamic keypads.  Watches It inspire innovative designs and shapes using the lowest power requirements and added durability. Applications
  12. 12.  Cell Phones E Ink Segmented displays make it possible to offer lowest power solutions with superior readability.  Wireless Devices E Ink display platforms help achieve superior battery life and low profile designs to meet the needs for the mobile market. Applications
  13. 13.  Bistable  Reduces the power consumption  No refreshment  Reflective display  Ambient light from the environment  Better response in sunlight over LCD and LED display. Advantages
  14. 14.  very slow zoom  ghost images Disadvantages
  15. 15.  At Home  On the Go  Education Future
  16. 16.  At Home Whether cooking with new recipes or keeping track of prescriptions, E Ink technology has many uses inside the home. Future
  17. 17.  On the Go Add high contrast displays with direct sunlight readability where power or space limitations have made it impossible to do so before. Future
  18. 18.  Education E ink display platforms inspire innovative designs that bring classrooms to life. Future
  19. 19. It uses electrophoretic technology. Invented by Joseph Jacobson and Barrett Comiskey in MIT Media Lab in 1996.  Objects are displayed on the different moves of pigments.  It is being used in mobile phones, watches, indicators etc.  E ink having some disadvantages but advantages are more important and useful.  Having a broad future. Conclusion
  20. 20. http://www.eink.com/technology.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E_Ink References

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