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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knalan, Jonathan L Zalesky, Alexi C Arango: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 14, 2006: US07012600 (206 worldwide citation)

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...


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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Alexi C Arango, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knaian: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, June 8, 2010: US07733335 (73 worldwide citation)

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...


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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knaian, Jonathan L Zalesky, Alexi C Arango: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 30, 2010: US07688297 (62 worldwide citation)

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...


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Peter T Kazlas, Joanna F Au, Yu Chen, Nathan R Kane, David John Cole: Flexible electronic circuits and displays including a backplane comprising a patterned metal foil having a plurality of apertures extending therethrough. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, February 22, 2011: US07893435 (41 worldwide citation)

A backplane for use in an electro-optic display comprises a patterned metal foil having a plurality of apertures extending therethrough, coated on at least side with an insulating polymeric material and having a plurality of thin film electronic devices provided on the insulating polymeric material.


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Thomas H Whitesides, Joanna F Au, Karl R Amundson, Robert W Zehner, Ara N Knaian, Benjamin Zion: Methods for driving electrophoretic displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, May 8, 2012: US08174490 (30 worldwide citation)

A pixel of an electrophoretic display is driven from one extreme optical state to a second optical state different from the one extreme optical state by applying to the pixel a first drive pulse of one polarity; and thereafter applying to the pixel a second drive pulse of the opposite polarity, the ...


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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knaian, Alexi C Arango, Jonathan L Zalesky: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, October 15, 2013: US08558785 (18 worldwide citation)

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...


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Thomas H Whitesides, Joanna F Au, Karl R Amundson, Robert W Zehner, Ara N Knaian, Benjamin Zion: Methods for driving electrophoretic displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, February 28, 2008: US20080048969-A1

A pixel of an electrophoretic display is driven from one extreme optical state to a second optical state different from the one extreme optical state by applying to the pixel a first drive pulse of one polarity; and thereafter applying to the pixel a second drive pulse of the opposite polarity, the ...


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Peter T Kazlas, Joanna F Au, Yu Chen, Nathan R Kane, David John Cole: Flexible electronic circuits and displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, September 16, 2004: US20040180476-A1

A backplane for use in an electro-optic display comprises a patterned metal foil having a plurality of apertures extending therethrough, coated on at least side with an insulating polymeric material and having a plurality of thin film electronic devices provided on the insulating polymeric material.


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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knaian, Jonathan L Zalesky, Alexi C Arango: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, July 24, 2003: US20030137521-A1

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...


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Robert W Zehner, Holly G Gates, Karl R Amundson, Joanna F Au, Ara N Knaian, Jonathan L Zalesky, Alexi C Arango: Methods for driving bistable electro-optic displays, and apparatus for use therein. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, June 29, 2006: US20060139310-A1

A bistable electro-optic display has a plurality of pixels, each of which is capable of displaying at least three gray levels. The display is driven by a method comprising: storing a look-up table containing data representing the impulses necessary to convert an initial gray level to a final gray le ...