Thanks to the new LED massifs, capable of both radiating and catching light, mobile devices of the new generation may have the opportunity to respond to contactless gestures at the same time as self -absence from the surrounding light.
Made of tiny nanostrges and placed in the finest film, LEDs will gain new interactive functions and capabilities. This was reported by researchers of the University of Illinois and Dow Electronic Materials.
Tiny nanoparticles in size only a few nanometers consist of three different materials. The first radiates and absorbs the surrounding light, and the other two are responsible for passing the charge through it. Their combination allows LEDs to radiate and capture light.
LEDs from nanostrum perform both functions, instantly moving from one regime to another. Moreover, this happens at a speed that does not even have time to react the human eye. LEDs continuously fix and absorb light, and the LED display can be configured for several ways to respond to light signals.
For example, he will be able to automatically adjust the brightness to pixels, as well as respond to the approach of his finger. These functions can further be built into interactive displays that respond to contactless gestures. In addition to interacting with the user, such displays will be able to interact with each other as large parallel communication systems.