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E Ink (electronic ink) is a paper-like display technology, characterized by high visibility and contrast , a wide viewing angle and low power requirements. The technology has been commercialized by the E Ink Corporation , which was co-founded in 1997 by MIT undergraduates J.D. Albert & Barrett Comiskey , MIT Media Lab professor Joseph Jacobson , Jerome Rubin and Russ Wilcox. [1]

It is currently available commercially in grayscale and color [2] and is commonly used in mobile devices such as e-readers , and, to a lesser extent, digital signage , mobile phones , smartwatches , electronic shelf labels and architecture panels.

The notion of a low-power paper-like display had existed since the 1970s, originally conceived by researchers at Xerox PARC, but had never been realized. [3] While a post-doctoral student at Stanford university, physicist Joseph Jacobson envisioned a multi-page book with content that could be changed at the push of a button and required little power to use. [4]