[Noisebridge-discuss] eink price tags - any suggestion?

Natalie Freed eilatann at gmail.com
Tue Jun 11 05:39:49 UTC 2013


I was recently sent this to forward along, perhaps relevant? The email
mentioned was <sean at moss-pultz.com>.

Natalie



Hi All,

The folks below are giving out RePaper e-ink display dev kits.  Basically these:
http://learn.adafruit.com/repaper-eink-development-board/overview

If you're interested, please contact Sean (cc'd) for details or use
the form below.

--Jie

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PDI has released source codes, documentation, and learning guides for
controlling epaper at http://repaper.org.

We are looking to support teams/individuals that want to use epaper.
Specifically we can offer technical support as well as development
kits. We have a simple form: http://repaper.org/production.html for
those that interested.

My number one goal is to increase the diversity of the projects that
use epaper (beyond the standard eReaders and Watches).


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:26 PM, Carlo Contavalli <ccontavalli at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was just looking at the price tags at Kohl's, anyone who's played with them?
>
> Do you know where I could get something similar to play with?
>
> eg, a very low power display which can run out of batteries for months
> with some wireless mechanism in a reasonable form factory and for a
> very low price?
>
> I've seen people repurposing old kindles online :), but 1) would like
> something even more compact and/or 2) was curious about cost to get a
> few ones around the house.
>
> (ranging from displaying temperature or other sensors, to my calendar,
> or just as clock / alarm)
>
> Thanks,
> Carlo
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