[Noisebridge-discuss] eink price tags - any suggestion?
ccontavalli at gmail.com
Tue Jun 11 14:02:51 UTC 2013
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:39 PM, Natalie Freed <eilatann at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was recently sent this to forward along, perhaps relevant? The email
> mentioned was <sean at moss-pultz.com>.
Thanks - extremely interesting! I'll probably resort to their kits if
I don't find something pre-made :/
Eg, I've seen hardware around that does what I need (low power,
wireless, eink display, reasonable enclosure), I just need to find
where to buy it :/ so I can focus on the software part.
> Hi All,
> The folks below are giving out RePaper e-ink display dev kits. Basically these:
> If you're interested, please contact Sean (cc'd) for details or use
> the form below.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> 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)
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