【谷歌新专利:或可实现将手机屏幕撕开并分享给别人!】

【谷歌新专利:或可实现将手机屏幕撕开并分享给别人!】科技网站ZDNet报道,谷歌最近的一项专利表示可以直接将屏幕撕开并分享给别人,这种可以撕开的屏幕由多个连接部件打造而成,每块部件都能独立执行屏幕的功能。谷歌认为这种屏幕非常有利于信息分享,而且这种屏幕可以随时复原。

Google's weirdest tech yet: Screens that you can tear and share

The technology giant files a patent for displays that can be ripped apart to share information.

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In the future screens won't just bend and roll, they'll be able to be ripped apart.

So predicts Google in its latest patent filing for a display that can be torn into portions.

The tearable display would be made of multiple connected elements -- each capable of functioning as a separate display.

Google predicts tearable screens would be good for sharing information: where ripping away a small section of screen would see information transferred to that scrap of the display.

In an example, Google shows a diagram of a 'Lost Dog' poster that is actually a screen, with strips of screen at the bottom that can ripped away to get the details of the owner -- much as is the case with paper posters today.

In another use case, Google shows a screen advertising an item in a shop, with a detachable section of screen in the top-right corner, which can be ripped off by shoppers to get a coupon.

Such displays would not only be able to be torn apart, they would be able to be pieced back together again. Google says that portions of screen would be able to reattached to the display they were ripped from, combined with other strips torn from the display or even added to a new displays.

In its filing, Google suggests such a screen could be based on LED, OLED, e-ink or other display technology.

It even suggests tearable screens could be composed of more than one display type. For example, in the case of the 'Lost Dog' poster, the main poster would be a bright OLED screen to attract attention, while the detachable strips would be an e-ink display that wouldn't require a processor for the content to remain visible. In other instances, the portion of display that is torn away could retain the ability to display content by including one or more processors, a power supply, and storage media.

原文链接:http://www.zdnet.com/article/googles-weirdest-tech-yet-screens-that-you-can-tear-and-share/

 


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