Imagine that you are sitting in a room, a dark room, and suddenly a message or an email hits your iPhone 6, iPad or any other handheld digital device. The dark screen of your devices gets brighter and eventually for a fraction of second you become visually impaired.
This whole phenomena, activation of a display device in a dark environment and temporary visual impairment, is called Luminescence Shock.
Apple has invented a technology which will be able to make your eyes better protected in any case of Luminescence Shock. It means that iPhone 6 or future iDevices are more eyes-friendly than the present ones.
PatentlyApple, the site covering Apple related things, has reported this wonderful invention after the patent approval from US Patent and Trademark Office.
According to the site, the technology runs on a Luminescence Shock avoidance method to selectively limit the brightness of a device display when it gets activated in a dark environment to save eyes from temporary impairment.
“The algorithm receives the state of the display (e.g. on or in standby mode), and could optionally receive an ambient lighting value from an ambient light sensor and a user-selectable manual brightness adjustment setting to determine whether luminescence shock avoidance should even be triggered, and if it is triggered, how much should the brightness level of the display be limited,” the PatenlyApple further said.
Though it looks a bit difficult in reading, but once it becomes a part of iPhone 6 or future iDevices it will be as easy as texting through your device.
Every passing day, we are getting great technological advancement for future iDevices from Apple. So stay tuned with us to be among the first ones to know the details.