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Chamaeleonitor

No lizards were harmed during the manufacturing of this product.
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A flat, leathery screen. When small cells of the fabric are stimulated they gradually change colour from the base state of dark, leafy green.

Colour depth minimal. Capable of refresh rates up to 0.2 Hz.

Detly, Feb 23 2004

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       Interesting, though I'd go for the cuttlefish monitor -- they're definitely capable of doing it.
theircompetitor, Feb 23 2004
  

       What if I throw in a manual input device consisting of a small, highly tolerant lizard, which can be coaxed around by waving insects in front of it?
Detly, Feb 23 2004
  

       What kind of technical support and warranty are you willing to offer ? It seems to me like the system might be a little...........buggy.
normzone, Feb 23 2004
  

       Yeah, I'm having problems with mine too. No mater what I do it just sits there, looking exactly like the wall behind it.
Worldgineer, Feb 23 2004
  

       Just redecorate, world. At 25 frames per second.
lostdog, Feb 23 2004
  

       That's a lot of money in art. Perhaps I can use one of those digital picture frames.
Worldgineer, Feb 23 2004
  
      
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