Scientists push for the Commercial Adoption of Rewritable Paper
University of California's Yin Group, led by Professor Yadong Yin, has created a UV reactive paper that can be rewritten on. The prints last up to 5 days, and can be rewritten up to 80 times. You can also erase the print by heating the paper up to 120-150°C. The paper, which uses Prussian blue dye and titanium oxide nanoparticles, can produce images that are either blue on white, or white on blue.
A video of the process can be seen below.
The process has been researched for a few years, and the current method can be used with regular paper. Detail up to 10 microns can be acheived and can have opacity comparable to inkjet printers.
Full article can be found here: http://www.printweek.com/print-week/news/1160264/scientists-hope-to-commercialise-rewritable-paper?utm_source=PIM&utm_medium=ff