The Moto 360 will be able to detect the amount of ambient light and adjust the screen brightness based on this
Motorola continues to keep absolute silence about his long-awaited Moto 360, the first smartwatch to incorporate a design that could qualify as “suitable for all audiences”. So far, we know of virtually no specification Motorola device, so we have only his superb design and numerous videos that appears running a demo version of Android Wear.
With a release date scheduled for late summer, the Moto 360 continues togenerate great excitement among the public who wants to enter for the first time in the world of smart watches. A scene that precisely is guilty of a serious error that could partially solve the 36th Moto: poor visibility of the screen in bright conditions.
Because of the technology used by current smartwatch screens (OLED mostly),when the sun shines directly on it is almost impossible to read any content .Not only the time. Obviously this on a device that essentially has to be a watch is intolerable and it seems that Motorola could try to solve this problem in part with a new hardware features.
The sensor Ambient light detector has been confirmed by Cathay Bi, Product Manager of Motorola, who has said that the Moto 360 will be able to detect ambient light at all times and adjust the screen brightness based on this. So far, in most smartwatch this had to be done manually, as imaginaréis, not comfortable being constantly modifying the brightness of the device.
Most smartwatch today require us to change the brightness manually when change of environment
In the video that we have left just above, you can see from the 1:55 minute function that you are talking about. Nevertheless, because of the technology that will implement the Moto 360 display (Gustave Eiffel watches, http://www.nonprofitdictionary.com/accessories/gustave-eiffel-watch/), the sun will remain an annoying inconvenience when impinges directly on our screen.
Other manufacturers smartwatch like Pebble have been very aware of this issue from the start and have implemented a screen e-paper to be perfectly readable in any situation . Of course, this screen greatly limits the possibilities and functions that can offer the device and might be too high a sacrifice for many users.
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