Esquire eInk code disassembled

Like I said in my last post, you can't keep a crazy engineer down! Today I picked up 2 copies of the October issue of Esquire...not to read, but to rip apart and play with the eInk and controller. There is a quick write up on my personal site:

From the post: "Tonight after work I soldered some wires onto the controller and downloaded and disassembled the firmware. It's all PIC asm so it's going to take some time to decode/modif, however expect some different animation sequences..."

Here's some photos:
And a post on about the hardware:

Esquire site:

PikDev (Used to pull the code):

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