Patent published on July 6, 2023
Samsung's Avatar Drawing Patent Revolutionizes User Input Experience
We live in a world where technology has taken over our lives, and it is no surprise that Samsung Electronics Co. is once again leading the way with their latest patent. The company has just patented a method that uses a computer to create an avatar that can draw on a display screen based on user input.
This new patent could revolutionize how users interact with their electronic devices. Imagine being able to draw a picture on a computer with an avatar that responds to your input. This could be used for a variety of applications, from creating digital artwork to teaching a student to draw. The possibilities are truly endless.
The patent describes a method of having a computer generate an avatar based on user input. The avatar is given dimensions and the path it takes to draw the input is adjusted to fit those dimensions. This is a groundbreaking feature as it allows users to create their own artwork, or teach students how to draw.
The patent also explains that the avatar can be customized in order to change its appearance. This means that users can create their own unique avatar that reflects their own style of art. Furthermore, the avatar can be programmed to mimic a user's handwriting or other user input. This is a great feature as it allows users to create artwork with their own personal flair.
The patent also describes a system that can be used to control the avatar. This system includes a display screen and a controller that can be used to control the avatar. This could be used to control the avatar's movements, as well as the speed at which it draws.
In addition to these features, the patent also explains that the system can be used to create digital art or teach students how to draw. This could be used to create art that is unique to the user, and it could be used in a classroom setting to teach students how to draw.
What makes this patent so revolutionary is that it could revolutionize how users interact with their electronic devices. It could be used to create artwork, teach students how to draw, and even create avatars that respond to user input. This could be a huge leap forward in the way we interact with technology.
Although this patent has been filed, there is no guarantee that it will actually come to market. As such, it is important to remember that this technology might not ever be seen in the real world.
The patent number for this invention is US20230215069A1 and it was filed by Samsung Electronics Co. This patent could be a huge game-changer in terms of the way we interact with technology. While there is no way to tell if this technology will actually come to market, it is still an exciting prospect that could revolutionize the way we use our electronic devices.