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Non-Disruptive Mobile Display

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000245476D
Publication Date: 2016-Mar-11
Document File: 1 page(s) / 55K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a system to provide a discreet display for viewing on a secondary device the content of notifications that come to a user’s primary mobile device. The solution includes at least three means of providing a discreet display: infrared (IR), heat, and depth sensing.

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Non-Disruptive Mobile Display

With the advancement in mobile technologies, consumers are provided with more notifications than ever. Mobile devices are relied upon for information and notifications in a variety of social situations. Modern display technology makes the on-screen content of a mobile device public to people within view of the screen. For the most part, these notifications are beneficial to the user and can be of critical importance. However, a user cannot always view the information as soon as a notification is received, because it might be distracting to others or of a private nature.

To combat this issue, the proposed solution is a discreet display. This feature provides displays that are intended to complement the device's main display while providing a non-disruptive experience. The solution includes at least three means of providing a discreet display: non-visible spectrum light waves such as infrared (IR), heat, and depth sensing. This solution leverages the fact that IR light is invisible to the naked eye, thereby providing new and creative use cases to all mobile devices.

The core idea is to use one of the above means of creating a non-visible display. The discreet display uses a smart glass-like wearable or visual filter to interpret the inputs and simulate a screen (maybe with color) to display only to the user. In addition to a non-visible display, this mechanism can also be applied to allow a secondary screen populated with supplemental...