Sometimes the speed at which the future is being manufactured is almost scary.
In its current state, Lightpaper is manufactured by mixing ink and tiny LEDs together and printing them out on a conductive layer. That object is then sandwiched between two other layers and sealed. The tiny diodes are about the size of a red blood cell, and randomly dispersed on the material. When current runs through the diodes, they light up.
So much simpler than the status quo, it’s mind boggling. I want to make things with it.