E Ink, the company behind the revolutionary low-intensity, low-power display technology that has made Amazon's Kindle such a success, recently demoed a couple of impressive new applications for its displays. In the above video, watch an active graphical interface printed on a rolled up sheet of cloth, and below, see the same technology bring life to a crumpled sheet of paper.

The field of printed displays has been a favorite of R&D labs for some time, and Samsung has previously shown prototypes of roll-up displays using its color OLED technology. Theoretically, E Ink's low power threshold could make the technology easier to implement in a practical setting.

[Geekosystem]