Hacking the Esquire cover e-ink screen with an Arduino

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Matt hacked around with the Esquire cover e-ink screen (see our past posts) and did a cool Knight Rider type pulse… Source included. He writes-

Last month, Esquire magazine published a cover that contained an E-ink screen. I was really looking forward to it, actually… so much so that I marked it in my calendar to make sure I picked one up around the corner. There was quite a bit of hype about it, and a lot of people wrote about it on their blogs and websites, and Esquire even encouraged hackers (does that include me?) to play around with the screen. The local store had a couple of copies left over this past week, so I grabbed one, and decided to see what I could do in a couple hours of playing around.

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