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Year in review: electronic paper takes on the world in 2016

Year in review: From truckside displays to digital museum labels and smart urban furniture, e-paper was the technology on everyone’s lips in 2016.

Estonian history now on electronic paper

Electronic paper displays personalize the experience of museum-goers in Estonia's newly opened National Museum.

An electronic paper display for when Slack is no longer enough

We tested e-paper as the platform for streamlining the communication of Millennials, soon to represent over half of the global workforce.

A new kind of office for a new kind of meeting

As work changes with the influx of new tech, so does office space, becoming all about collaboration and socializing and powered by smart technology.

Year in review: 2015 showcases electronic paper’s versatility

2015 was a great year for epaper, from inspiring new products to the recognition that the technology got.

Electronic paper, driving the Smart City evolution

Smart signs are a key element in the evolution of a town into a Smart City, with e-paper the most effective technology to drive this transition.

Digital wayfinding, a means of connecting with visitors

Navigational signs do more than help people find their way in public spaces: when digital they interact with visitors and provide targeted information.

Trends in facility management: a need for an adaptable, long-lasting door labeling sign

We investigate: in an influx of digital door labels available on the market, what exactly are users looking for in a room sign?

An ounce of digital is worth a pound of cure: Navigating healthcare facilities

Digital signs can make hospitals more visitor friendly and more efficient by providing up to date relevant information.

Relax, your campus is future-proof: important school info remotely displayed at a moment’s notice

Electronic paper noticeboards bring school life into the future with real-time information, digital wayfinding and campus-wide notifications.