Image Cache: Not even squinting will help you see this image without the help of a microscope. This is the smallest inkjet-printed colour image ever produced, and it’s the same size as a single pixel on a Retina display.
Ars Technica has the scoop on some new research that shows how it would be possible to print thin film transistors (TFTs) — that is the technology used for LCD screens — using inkjet technology. The inkjet effectively “prints” the silver wiring used in the TFTs. It’s all very theoretical for now, but if it can be made…