“Electrofluidic displays are a variant of electrowetting displays, a technology that has been in development for 10 years, and until now, required electrical power to hold an image on the screen.”
Yang, S., K. Zhou, E. Kreit, and J. Heikenfeld. 2010. “High reflectivity electrofluidic pixels with zero-power grayscale operation.” Applied Physics Letters 97:143501.

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