Monday, September 3, 2012

Screens assertive, a technology introduced on iPad | 2012 IFA

This week there has been a very promising technology in the IFA Congress 2012. Although Apple does not own, its creators wanted to show how it works on an iPad. This is something that is not the first time it happens, as we have seen on other occasions the pull that has the Apple tablet to attract potential customers.

Well, in that fair Apical company has introduced a new technology they call "assertive Screens". Although the iPad is not the only device that has been tested (testearon so long in the Sharp AQUOS, a high-end phone), this time yes they have chosen the Apple tablet for presentation.

pantallas asertivas presentada ipad Pantallas asertivas, una tecnologĂ­a presentada sobre iPad | IFA 2012

The technology solves an old problem of screens present in most electronic devices: reflections and poor visibility in bright light. We all happened to enjoy the tablet costs us when we are in the sun in the middle of the day.

In fact, this is something we have taken advantage of the iPad competitors to demonstrate that it is much easier to read on an eBook reader with e-ink screen.

Well, Apical explained that the manual adjustment of the brightness of the screens of tablets is the factor that most affects the battery life, besides being annoying and impractical. The screens assertive, as they call them, are responsible for processing each pixel in real time in order to adapt to the lighting conditions of the environment.

You can see how it works in the video below:

What do you think? Oceans would be nice if Apple out this technology, right? The fact is that the result is pretty good, while consumption is reduced by up to 50% by the fact that not all the pixels are illuminated with maximum.

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