Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) Displays Patents Bizarre Augmented Reality

How well can you vote to know your customers just by the mere use of your Mobile device? How well are you engaged with them? Are you reaching them whenever you want to? Are you able to efficiently monetize them? If this is not happening like you would expect it to, then there are high chances that someone else is winning them from you.

However, with the growth of technology you will probably need to curb this by registering for the 8th annual Mobile Beat that is taking place on the 13-14th July. Strategies and tactics in the mobile space will be explored at length, and you will perhaps learn a thing two that would be of benefit to you.

While this is happening, Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has gone ahead to publish a new and flexible patent display which features tiny holes for seeing or hearing through. This particular show has overtaken the commonly known doors and windows screens that have been in use for decades.

The display which has solid light-emitting pixels surrounding the pattern of tiny holes is on its experimentation stage. It is an improved application whereby the user will be at liberty to view projected images and those from the real world behind the screen. This is as a result of the thin and flexible display material.

From the use of the pixels, it will be easy to see the overlaid images and probably be able to get information about any other item from whatever side.

Through the holes, the patent will be efficient in shooting signals from the phone towards the outward screen. Hence obtaining such like acoustic and electromagnetic signals will not be an issue.

This means that sound would be received by a microphone and at the same time the sound would be projected on the screen. On the other hand light may be projected outwardly by a sensor and through the screen and also a camera’s light may be received through the portholes.

Thus the big question is, are our screens ready for this kind of adjustment?



Erica is a graduate of New York University's school of Journalism. She joined US Markets Daily as a general assignment reporter in January of 2008.