The future of writing is here! Samsung Display Co. has just filed a patent for a revolutionary new smart pen that can detect shapes on a display panel and use those shapes to control what is shown on the screen.
As this technology continues to develop, it could revolutionize the way people write and create. Instead of needing to type out codes and commands, you could potentially draw or write something and have it instantly converted into code. It’s an exciting prospect that could change the way we interact with technology.
The Samsung Display Co. patent, numbered US11709555B2, outlines how this technology works. The smart pen uses light from the display panel and the tip of the pen to read the shapes and then sends instructions to the main processor. This means that when you draw or write something on the screen, the pen can interpret it and then the processor can take the necessary actions.
The potential applications for this technology are almost endless. For example, it could be used in the design of video games and other interactive media. You could design a game where you draw something on the screen and it triggers an action in the game, or you could draw a character and have it come to life. It could also be used to create interactive art, where you draw something and it animates or moves in response.
The implications of this technology for the education sector are also exciting. Imagine having a classroom where students can draw or write something and have it instantly converted into code. This could make learning coding easier and more fun, and could create a new generation of tech-savvy students.
This technology could also be used in a variety of other ways, from creating new kinds of user interfaces to creating interactive media. The possibilities are virtually endless.
It’s worth noting that this patent is still in the development stage, so there’s no guarantee that it will ever reach the market. However, it’s an exciting prospect and one that Samsung Display Co. is no doubt looking into. If this technology comes to fruition, it could revolutionize the way we interact with technology.
At the moment, there’s no telling when or if this technology will become available. However, the prospect of being able to draw or write something and have it instantly converted into code is an exciting one, and one that could make interacting with technology even more enjoyable. Until then, we’ll just have to wait and see what Samsung Display Co. has in store.