Originally Posted by seamusfp
I've seen this in action
Since you seem to have some kind of inside info: do you happen to know what the frack eink devices are doing during the ~1200 ms after pressing the page-flip button and before the negative-blank-antighosting-dance starts? I just can't think of anything that wouldn't be trivial to optimize away, and that huge delay is the foremost reason why I don't own an eink device yet.
Also, does anyone know if the new controller is smart enough to do the antighosting-thingy only on pixels that are different between the pages? Or would that be impossible (maybe because the antighosting uses higher voltage that would interfere with neighboring pixels or whatever)?