Xerox develops paper that “resets” itself

novembro 29, 2006 at 11:08 am Deixe um comentário

Trees around the world and environmentalists will rejoice with Xerox’s latest news announcement – they have successfully developed a way to make prints that have a one-day expiry date. This means the paper it is printed on can be used over and over again. Although the technology might be in its primitive state, think about the implications of such a quantum leap when it is perfected. Most of us often take a glance at printed material before filing it away somewhere, only to forget about it a few days later. This could spur a whole new generation of office workers who practice the Just-In-Time policy, printing what people need at that very moment and forgetting about it. Recipients of the printout could always scan the printed copy and let the paper “reset” itself the next day.


[Via Coolest-gadgets]


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