I hope you can turn the box off once you get it home.
Pretty sure it's e-ink and no light is being produced.
|Innocent Bystander |
Just imagine the forever blinking garbage dumps of the future!
Whenever we do get jetpacks, you better believe you'll be skywriting the Depends logo whether you want to or not.
These comments are off to a promising start. Keep up the good work, guys!!
Corporations are doing their part to ensure the future is just like Back to the Future. All subtlety in advertising just became obselete
Yes. Just now. A box of Trix glowing is what ended that.
It certainly didn't bring about a second coming of subliminal advertising.
are having eyes worth suffering through this?
I can't help but wonder how it works, how long the effect lasts, and what sorts of toxic chemicals this is putting into the landfill. The box is probably no longer recyclable, and probably violates various California e-waste laws too. Are we going to have to start taking our cereal boxes to the e-waste processing centers?
There's a link from Youtube -- it's a demo of active packaging using inductive coupling. If the LEDs are non-toxic and recyclable, it sounds like a great idea.
Oh thank Krishna! I can stop taking LSD now!
|Robert DeNegro |
I fucking want that!
my Phd college buddy predicted interactive LCD cereal box packaging, this looks like an annoying step 1 towards that.
needs "the future is stupid" tag
Imagine all the epileptic fits on the cereal aisle.
Flickercladding for food.
Honestly, advertisers. It's not like we're magpies.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Stop wasting time on this and build a cute robot maid!
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