IPhone: Apple patents a system to "stabilize the screen" in motion
Among the many patents filed by Apple - the last one concerns a way to fight the touches involuntary -in the last hours we found a really special place: a system that allows you to "stabilize the screen" of the iPhone, so that the content displayed is always aligned with the gaze of the user.
The patent in question was filed with the office of the u.s. intellectual property, and describes a "System of dynamic stabilization", which uses the motion sensors inside the smartphone, so as to enable the iPhone to sense any abrupt displacements and correcting the image displayed on the display.
The system described seems to be able to function in different ways; one of these provides that throws an image larger than the actual size of the display, so you can move in any direction (due to the effect of the micro-adjustments) to follow the gaze of the user. In short, it is something similar to what happens with the stabilization of the video, which allows you to keep the central part of the movie taking advantage of the margins, which are then croppati during the recording.The best Xiaomi for today? Xiaomi MI 9 is on offer today on a 319 euro or from Amazon at 369 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING