Tech Gaint Samsung has filed a new patent application at the US Patent and Trademark Office for 3D displays that users can connect to their smartphones and tablets.
As per the reports. These displays could exist as TV sets or monitors and show content varying from photographs and videos to 3D games. The illustrations included with the patent also show that users may forward the information presented on their smartphones to the 3D screens. As per the Android headlines, if the user is on a call, the screen can show the person that they are currently speaking to at the moment and the display can also be used to control the playback of music files that the user forwarded from their handsets.
Talking about features, as per the reports, it spots a 3D user interface (UI) that would allow users to interact with the device either through touch or by stylus pens. These displays could also be sport sensors that is capable of detecting user-contact with virtual objects presented by the device using infrared radiation or ultrasound waves to track how the person interacts with the content.
While patents do not always result in a commercialised product, it hints towards how the Samsung may market 3D displays in the future. Howeve no statement came from the company as of now regarding the newly-filed patent.