It would be great if your next cell phone played the YouTube sound from the screen. Right?
Well Google wants to do it. According to the latest move by Google, we could see how the next Pixel and other cell phones would take advantage of the possibility that would be the sound-emitting screens regardless. And what is this movement?
The purchase of the company Redux would be behind this intention of transforming the screens of its devices into sound. This "done" would be done through vibrations, emulating sound through the panels of these devices.
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According to The Verge and as reported by the media Bloomberg Google bought Redux, a British company specializing in this subject. Its purpose would be to convert tablet screens and phones that produce into speakers that emit sounds through vibrations.
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This company made important advances. He developed this technology that combined touch and sound on the screen. With the purchase of Google, the project could have received a specific purpose. Some products that have tried to bring these breakthroughs to a practical end have already been tested.
For example, The Verge medium itself tested a series of devices that used vibration to generate their sound. Others, on the other hand, used the skilful feedback from the screens to mimic the feeling of pushing a button. A much more advanced version of what we saw on the Galaxy S8 and its central button. And, in fact, there is a demonstration on the quality of this type of sound.
Redux technology turns the display into a speaker and a haptic surface. Trying this out here. The sound is actually coming from the screen. pic.twitter.com/VPAi6TzKk9
– Stan Schroeder (@franticnews)
February 28, 2017
Even more impressive screens
Not only would it be a hit at the table by Google, but would be beneficial to users
In addition, this technology has already been seen on televisions. In fact, at CES in Las Vegas, Sony introduced its new series of televisions that use this technology. And turning more and more, we can also count on the first Xiaomi Mi MIX phone that used vibrating waves to simulate a speaker for calls.