From Butterfly Wings to Display Technology

From Butterfly Wings to Display Technology

Author: Josh Gregory

Publisher: Cherry Lake

ISBN: 9781624317668

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Learn about how nature has inspired technological innovations with this book on the similarities between butterfly wings and display technology for digital screens. Integrating both historical and scientific perspectives, this book explains how butterfly wings inspired the invention of new digital display technology. Readers will make connections and examine the relationship between the two concepts. Sidebars, photographs, a glossary, and a concluding chapter on important people in the field add detail and depth to this informational text on biomimicry.
From Butterfly Wings to Display Technology
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Learn about how nature has inspired technological innovations with this book on the similarities between butterfly wings and display technology for digital screens. Integrating both historical and scientific perspectives, this book explains how butterfly wings inspired the invention of new digital display technology. Readers will make connections and examine the
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