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September 25th, 2003
Danopage digital screen can 'roll up like a blueprint'
Jean Chretien Favreau refers to himself as an “architect/inventor.” He seemed to have been wearing both hats when he first got the idea for Nanopage, a flexible digital screen. “I would do a lot of computer-assisted design and I was always frustrated by the small-sized screen,” he said. “So I imagined a screen you could roll up like a blueprint.” A few years and five patents later, Nanopage has become a flexible digital screen made of nanotubes.
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