Paper-Like Electronic Drawings Display



EDDY, Electronic Drawings Display, Austin Inglis
Dubbed EDDY for Electronic Drawing Display is a device designed by Austin Inglis to replace the paper use in the offices. It is a resourceful digital device to store and display electronic drawings, and sketch over them, which imitates the qualities of paper. More to it, EDDY’s touchscreen is durable and sun-glare legible to be utilized outdoors.
Via: YankoDesign.com
EDDY, Electronic Paper, Austin Inglis

EDDY, Electronic Drawings Display, Austin Inglis

EDDY, touchscreen, Austin Inglis

EDDY, Electronic Drawings Display, Austin Inglis

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