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Intel has created a display that is powered signals NFC
Researchers from the research laboratory Intel, Massachusetts and Washington University jointly developed display based on electronic paper, which is powered by the signal Near Field Communication (NFC), published by the antenna smartphone. Wireless bistable display collects more magnetic energy than it consumes. The development was named NFC-WISP E-Ink Display Tag.
The device demonstrates how to solve the problem of limited battery time smartphone. Instead, to increase capacity or reduce battery consumption, the team decided to maximize the power used by the device. The innovative display uses power only when changing the image. Thus, the images displayed on the screen of a smartphone, card or contact information can be viewed on WISP-device when the phone is switched off. This allows you to save battery power your smartphone.
WISP has a diagonal of 2.7 inches and 0.5 MB of internal memory FRAM (magnetic random access memory on iron-oxide). The researchers claim that the technology can increase the screen to the desired size.
Sure, the display is based on electronic paper quality is inferior LCD-screen smartphone. Demonstration model works only in monochrome. According to engineers, the new technology can be used in today’s smart phones or wristwatches.
The device will be presented next month at the conference on pervasive and ubiquitous computing (Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing).
Previously, Sony has released a flexible notebook based on electronic paper.
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