Bus Shelter

Document created by Lauren Percy Employee on Oct 20, 2015Last modified by edk on Jun 13, 2017
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bus_stop.jpgThis rugged, zero power e-ink display and ‘sleepy’ wireless connected signage works with energy harvesting and low power communications and/or metro area networks.

E Ink is the creator of electrophoretic, or, electronic ink — the optical component of a film used in Electronic Paper Displays (EPD). Although futuristic-sounding, electronic ink is actually a straightforward fusion of chemistry, physics and electronics. It's so much like paper, it utilizes the same pigments used in the printing industry today.

The E Ink plastic film can be applied onto virtually any surface, including glass, plastic, fabric and even paper. Ultimately electronic ink will permit most any surface to become a display, bringing information out of the confines of traditional devices and into the world around us.



  • 2560x1440 resolution 94DPI
  • 27.75" x 15.75" (32" diagonal)
  • Limited color (16 gray levels, 4096 colors)
  • Daylight readable


  • Very thin
  • Very low power
  • No fan noise
  • Modules can be seamlessly tied together for much larger displays



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