© Provided by: PROTO THEMA S.A. An innovative mobile phone will … self repair as soon as it breaks
Welcome to the future … with your mobile being broken and rebuilt itself in seconds.
Who else has not accidentally dropped his cell phone on the floor? And how many people have not accidentally dropped the phone in water? Motorola offers the solution by spreading smiles to careless, young and older users.
With the help of a new patent that has just been patented, Motorola is working horribly on a mobile touchscreen that can fix its broken piece with heat.
The company uses a polymeric material with memory that can be deformed and return to its original state by switching to heat.
The material works by changing the heat of the material very quickly. In addition, the mobile will be able to understand where the screen is broken.
This material can be mounted on an LCD or LED display and can also have a touch sensor. Although the mobile can heat it to return to its original form, the same can be achieved with the heat of the user’s body. Where the thing is “lagging” is in the “smart” material that looks a little inexpensive … The problem is that the polymeric material of the screen gives the user a cheap feel, unlike the glass that raises the value of the mobile.
How does “smart glass” work:
This particular screen developed by Motorola is the ideal solution for children-only devices.
Damage repair is done by means of fast heat exchanges. These changes could be made using both a mechanism under the panel of the screen and the use of the heat that emits our body, or a special constructed base.
In terms of software, the mobile will actually detect when there is a crack on the screen and start the “healing” process. The user only has to leave the mobile aside and then -with the help of technology- the screen will start to warm up. And once the temperature begins to rise, “smart glass” will move its molecules in an attempt to regain the original shape.
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