Soofa Signs use solar power and electronic paper – Giant EInk … wow! @mysoofa
Soofa Signs use solar power and electronic paper, and by that I mean it was a giant 42″ eink display, I’ve never seen one this big so I needed to take a photo and look it up later (now), it appears to be this one, here’s a bit about the company…
Soofa is a female founded company, launched out of MIT and Harvard in 2014. Soofa is for people with a shared stake in a special place. We create the neighborhood news feed that connects a community with screens everyone can see and anyone can use. Our Soofa Signs provide a platform for everyone in the community to have a voice with Soofa Talk.
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