Feel a little awkward interacting with humanity? Would you rather hold up transparent mobile device and filter reality through a lens that bombards you with a 3D cheat sheet? Don’t worry, Samsung’s got you covered.
The South Korean tech company recently released a video envisioning a a shape-shifting, bendable, see-through tablet/smart phone that explores, locates and translates the world into a kaleidoscopic viewfinder of multimedia.
Much ado has been paid to the device’s AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) display. Active-matrix OLED displays include a thin film transistor that acts as series of electrical switches that control the flow of electricity to each pixel.
Considered to be a leader in AMOLED technology, Samsung has already demonstrated flexible AMOLED screens. And with multiple translation and ’Aura’ apps already out there, it’s only a matter of time before Samsung’s vision of the future becomes tomorrow’s reality.