With all the digital data beeing produced and stored electronically, Serenity Technology seems to see still a market to improve the MicroFiche Technology.
Their PermaFiche Technology is capable of storing text, grayscale and color images, with storage densities up to 5200 pages per square inch.
To demonstrate the technology they put the Bible with 1,600 pages on a single PermaFiche sheet the size of a matchbox and packaged it in wooden case (size: 2"x6"x1") with a backlight feature.
A letter has the size of 0.0002", to read it the user needs to use the supplied 100x magnifier (Looks like it is the Microscope Pen we reviewed last year).
The Micro-Bible is not on sale yet.
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