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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, November 27, 2001: US06323989 (354 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Anthony E Pullen, Jianna Wang, Robert W Zehner, Caprice L Gray, Gregg M Duthaler, Michael McCreary, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 25, 2003: US06538801 (333 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Jonathan D Albert: Electrophoretic medium provided with spacers. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, May 21, 2002: US06392786 (304 worldwide citation)

An encapsulated electrophoretic medium comprises a layer of capsules, each of these capsules comprising a liquid and at least one particle disposed within the liquid and capable of movement upon application of an electric field to the medium. A plurality of spacers are dispersed among the capsules. ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Anthony E Pullen, Thomas H Whitesides, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Jianna Wang, Caprice L Gray: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, April 13, 2004: US06721083 (268 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Justin Abramson, Karl R Amundson, Guy M Danner, Gregg M Duthaler, Holly G Gates, Charles H Honeyman, Ara N Knaian, Ian D Morrison, Steven J O Neil, Richard J Paolini Jr, Anthony Edward Pullen, Jianna Wang, Jonathan L Zalesky, Robert W Zehner, John Edward Cronin: Electro-optic displays, and methods for driving same. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, September 27, 2005: US06950220 (260 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to electro-optic displays and methods for driving such displays. The invention provides (i) electrochromic displays with solid charge transport layers; (ii) apparatus and methods for improving the contrast and reducing the cost of electrochromic displays; (iii) apparatus and me ...


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Charles H Honeyman, Elizabeth A Moran, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini Jr: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, November 23, 2004: US06822782 (247 worldwide citation)

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 percent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged or ...


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Richard J Paolini Jr, David D Miller, Barrett Comiskey: Electrophoretic medium and process for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 15, 2005: US06866760 (230 worldwide citation)

A two-phase electrophoretic medium comprises a continuous phase and a discontinuous phase. The discontinuous phase comprises a plurality of droplets, each of which comprises a suspending fluid and at least one particle disposed within the suspending fluid and capable of moving through the fluid upon ...


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Ian D Morrison, Joseph M Jacobson: Electrochromic-nanoparticle displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, June 17, 2003: US06580545 (228 worldwide citation)

A display comprises spaced first and second electrodes, and a plurality of electrochromic nanoparticles disposed between the electrodes, each of the nanoparticles having an electron-rich state and an electron-depleted state, the two states differing in at least one optical characteristic. Upon injec ...


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Mavyn M Holman, Justin Abramson, Glen Crossley, Katharine Geramita, Robert W Zehner, Karl R Amundson, Libing Zhang, Richard M Webber: Electro-optic display and lamination adhesive. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, December 14, 2004: US06831769 (228 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic display comprises first and second substrates and a lamination adhesive layer and a layer of a solid electro-optic material disposed between the first and second substrates, the lamination adhesive layer having a volume resistivity, measured at 10° C., which does not change by a fac ...


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Richard D LeCain, Ara N Knaian, Steven J O Neil, Gregg M Duthaler, Guy M Danner, Robert W Zehner, Alberto Goenaga, Benjamin Max Davis, Randolph W Chan, Jonathan D Albert, Glen Crossley: Components and methods for use in electro-optic displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, January 3, 2006: US06982178 (227 worldwide citation)

A front plane laminate useful in the manufacture of electro-optic displays comprises, in order, a light-transmissive electrically-conductive layer, a layer of an electro-optic medium in electrical contact with the electrically-conductive layer, an adhesive layer and a release sheet. This front plane ...