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Android Meets E Ink


Android Meets E Ink from MOTO Development on Vimeo.

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  1. Jaya KumarGuest 6 years ago

    Hi there,

    Interesting stuff! I’ve been working on similar things, Android on the AM300 kit directly as well as Fennec and standard X apps on the AM300 kit. I had posted some details and video of my work here, http://highlycomposite2.blogspot.com/2009/02/android-on-e-ink.html . I hope it is of interest and would love to collaborate with you guys too.

    Thanks,
    jaya

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  14. Robert BGuest 6 years ago

    Why are people loading videos with Flash? Most people are now using Thor cell phones for the Internet and we all know they do not work with Flash. At least not yet. Could you please have a YouTube.com link to watch the videos on our cell phones, espicially since the G1 is the only Android phone and Flash does not work on that? God bless!!

  15. Jeffrey SGuest 6 years ago

    That’s an awesome video!! :)

    Is it a strictly monochrome screen, or does it do levels of grey? The platform provides some sub-pixel font rendering, but I’m wondering if the algorithm could be modified slightly to produce better results on screens like this.

    Also, you could easily replace the Launcher homescreen with any other Android app, such as a book reader front-end, which might launch over to other installed apps.

    Are these screens touch-able, or would it only be using a dpad for navigation?

    Hardware hacks are always cool stuff. :)

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