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Shape the future of signage. Join the Place & Play Early Adopter Program.

A cable-free e-paper sign with full CMS integration and a year of battery life. Introducing Place & Play. Join the EAP and shape the future of signage!

Place & Play, the 13-inch display that runs on the energy of a cup of coffee

Place & Play 13" is the first Place & Play digital sign, so power efficient that it will work for a year on the energy it takes to brew a cup of coffee.

Visionect-powered electronic paper reports zero failures

Running on Visionect technology, Sydney's electronic paper traffic signs report an impressive zero failure rate since first installed in 2013.

40 years of electronic paper: from prototype to a digital signage powerhouse

From its first beginnings at MIT to its use in e-readers and low-power digital signs, these are the milestones in the electronic paper timeline.

Meet the Visionect System Board, the world’s leading electronic paper driver

The Visionect System Board is the world’s most widely used electronic paper driver. Discover the many features of this core Visionect product.

Color e-paper wins gold

Electronic paper is changing the landscape of signage. The latest proof is the Taiwan Excellence Gold Award just awarded to color e-paper displays.

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.

Bigger, better, faster, more: Meet the 42-inch electronic paper display

With a resolution higher than a standard high definition television, the 42-inch e-paper display introduces a host of intriguing new signage applications.

Estonian history now on electronic paper

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

The future of signage: electronic paper now supports full color

A breakthrough development in e-paper now allows the tech to show its true colors for the first time. We explain how the full color epaper prototype works.