Nano-pixel a technology that may simulate the human eye accuracy
|Nano-pixel a technology that may simulate the human eye accuracy.|
There is no doubt that if you’re a fan of the new Science and Technology and gawkers, you may have already heard about super nano-precision and micro techniques.
Nano-pixel is capable of making a radical change in all scientific fields, including the technological domain, which is currently the basis of other sciences.
Through this simple research that I’ve done for nano-technology applications, you can understand and comprehend the importance of this technology in the future, to change the features of mankind.
A few months ago, a team of researchers at the University of Oxford started to launch the nucleus of micro with high-tech nano-technology capabilities, and through this, reaching the manufacturing of nanotechnology called the Nano-Pixel.
Entrance of Nano-Pixelstechnology:
When we talk about a “pixel,” we mean the accuracy and quality of images. Technology researchers are obsessed with Nano-Pixels.
They have been working on developing image accuracy since the invention of the computer.
But the conclusion is always going to simply be, “This is not enough.”
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The highest that smart phones currently are capable of is 1080p accuracy, and they aspire to reach 1440p accuracy, not to mention smart TV screens with 4k HD and FULL HD.
But it is noticeable that the constant company of pixel dimensions cannot get resized, and the only thing improving is the order of the pixels in the image. It cannot get to the smallest of pixels in current devices.
The invention of a nano-pixel camera comes because of the discovery of relationships between electrical properties and optical (visual) properties.
Where it gets created, a nano-pixel takes only a few hundred nanometers of space.
And in the following photos of this technology is picked up using an atomic force microscope.
At about 70 nm of pixels, the amazing thing is that the high-resolution pictures are very clear, although it is the same length (in micrometers) 70um and smaller than the thickness of a human hair.
Still, the research team continues to work to confirm that the pixels of nanotechnology can mimic pixels of other electronic devices models.
The nanotechnology enabled the crew to generate a wide range of colors including red, blue, and green, enough to offer a complete picture of different colors.
And it should be noted here that this technique is revolutionary in the world of technology, especially in terms of energy conservation.
As it is, and unlike most LCD displays, you do not need to update each pixel.
But they will be updated only if the displayed image changes, and that means that any application based on this technology will have energy consumption that is very low.
Experts say that this technology could be useful for smart glasses and other transparent screens.
It will also be able to mimic the cells and capacity to receive light the same as the human eye.
The bottom line:
There is no doubt that the technology of nano-pixel is now the focus of most corporate technological giants.
Private, initial tests of this technique demonstrated amazing results.
Can’t the human mind and graduate, to launch this first core to achieve the dream of every amateur-Tec, which get similar accuracy and precision of the human eye?
“Development and progress are key to achieving human dreams … how much we think and dream of yesterday’s impossible in order to live on today.