Qualcomm demonstrates pen drawings can transfer to tablet wirelessly




Qualcomm demonstrates pen drawings can transfer to tablet wirelessly

Qualcomm has unveiled a technology that drawings on paper are made wirelessly to convert to a digital format. Thus, a user who just signed on paper, it can in real time to convert to a drawing, for example, a tablet.

The technology was developed by Qualcomm unveiled in a demonstration video, which the company promised that during CES next week in Las Vegas will begin to provide more information. Well let loose the chip manufacturer that the technology works with microphones that are processed in a pen: the ultrasonic vibrations that occur during writing, the system knows which moves the user. These are then copied to a wireless device, such as a tablet.

In the video you can see that the drawing that a user with the Qualcomm pen is copied to a tablet directly. According to the manufacturer Snapdragon processors compatible with techology, which is spoken in the video.’s Recent Snapdragon 805-soc It is unclear whether other SOCs are also suitable; probably come here at CES more information out.

The technology can be used for example as a digital backup of drawings. Incidentally, it is also possible to fit after it is converted to a digital format. The drawing


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