Discussion in "Chill out!" started by    coolmirza143    Nov 23, 2010.
Tue Nov 23 2010, 04:11 AM

Wearable communication device with OLED touchscreen and keypad

Over the period, we have marked a great shift in the form of modern gadgets that other than holding up-to-date functions equally supports an elegance design to attract trendy users. Designed for Samsung, the ‘Wearable Mobile Device’ by Erik Campbell is a Smartphone that can be worn like a bracelet. Intended towards athletes, tech savvies, thrill seekers and active adults who look for excellence in both form and function, the Samsung device concept integrates an OLED touchscreen, tactile keypad and flexible electronics to support an active lifestyle. Featuring an elegant split pad for better airflow to prevent sweat, this device relies on memory alloy articulation for on the go communication.

Tue Nov 23 2010, 09:07 AM
its look like new thing i not see before
Thu Nov 25 2010, 07:21 PM
i read this on google about google.. its very nice display method it can be folded but the life span of that material is very short.... anyway its so nice to have this
Fri Nov 26 2010, 09:53 AM
romel it is OLED, organic light emitting diode now this is used to make advance display devices like gadgets as well as TV and monitor screens......

there is one more type of these LEDs that is called FOLED flexible organic light emitting diode....the screen consisting foled can be folded 360 degrees....

and one more type is AMOLED that is Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode....

there is also a disadvantage of this technology AMOLED displays may be difficult to view in direct sunlight compared to LCD displays.

to clear this fault Samsung worked on AMOLED and they achieved their goal now latest mobile devices having this technology are not disturbed by sunlight. Samsung introduced a new chain in this technology and that is Super AMOLED (Super Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode ).....

till now Samsun is winner of this Race as per my knowledge

see this link
Wed Oct 26 2011, 09:33 AM
The tales of human-computer hybrids have long been fodder for sci-fiction. Experts, however, have brought two new improvements to light. Two new developments bring biological computing closer than ever. These developments and others have been making the possibility of biologically compatible computers more likely. Medical science is especially interested in the possibility, as programmable, biologically neutral computers would be able to improve diagnostics. Medical science is not the only use for these developments, but it is sure to be one of the first uses. Truly usable, commercial biological computers are likely to be years, if not decades away. These developments, however, are two major steps toward the reality.

In a combined effort, Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University have announced that a wearable touchscreen has been developed. The system uses a laser projector and depth-sensing camera. The system projects a touch screen onto any surface (including skin), and tracks hand and finger movements. This means that any surface can become a touchscreen or keyboard. The current OmniTouch system is housed in a shoulder-worn unit, and can project onto almost any surface. The unit is too bulky for commercial sale, but plans are in place to shrink the unit.

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Thu Jun 11 2020, 06:27 AM
sir could please send the code for I2C and wifi interfacing with 8051
Tue May 19 2020, 10:29 PM
Does anyone have microcontroller programming software for STC15F104W (core 8051, 4 k, 128 byte, 6 I/O pin, UART ... DIL8), that works?
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Hi I am looking for a assembly language program for a digital decimal counter. Time counts max limit of 2 mins starting from 2.00 mins and ending at 0.00. time is to be displayed on 4 7-segment LED displays. Edsim51 simulator to be used. Thanks
Wed Mar 25 2020, 01:39 PM
Sir kindly send the code file i2c for 8051
Fri Mar 13 2020, 10:36 PM
@ Rohitnani,ABEBE..which project ?
Fri Mar 13 2020, 12:55 PM
how can get hadwere of this project
Sat Mar 07 2020, 05:11 PM
Sir, Could you please send me the zip file input password....
Wed Feb 26 2020, 04:58 PM
Peter Parker
Is it possible to send multiple messages using only 1 GSM module?
Sat Feb 01 2020, 10:12 AM
Pearl Olin
Wed Jan 22 2020, 06:16 PM
I m getting errors while simulation process during interfacing socket output and lcd... Can i get the report of ur project which is same as us.



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