A Look At New User Interface Prototypes
The future of mobile and consumer screen technology is racing ahead, becoming smaller and lighter with more applications than you can shake a stick at.
A company call TAT, recently acquired by Research in Motion, Ltd. TAT technology powers close to 500 million devices and is included in 20% of all new phones and touch phones. TAT’s technology powers DTVs, STBs, car clusters and tablets.
The following video gives us a glimpse into the future of screen technology through a look at some new user interface prototypes including: stretchable screens, transparent screens, e-Inc. displays and more.
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