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Xerox Announces Self-Erasable Paper

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Steve Dougherty | Nov 28, 2006 at 02:52 pm CST (0 mins, 39 secs reading time)


Just HOW cool is this? Xerox have just announced some paper which is completely erasable, which in effect could save up to 80% or more office waste. After having been printed on, the paper fades back to a complete white within 24 hrs ready to be printed on again.

Get the full scoop on it over at the Dailytech folks.



The technology was discovered by the Xerox Research Center of Canada (XRCC) in conjunction with researchers from the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). Discussions were held on ways to save paper in the environment and rely less on printed material. After talking with customers and clients however, most expressed a need to still have things printed and have something that which they can hold and read. According to the press release


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