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HTC applies for patent that offers anti-shake for watching videos

HTC applies for patent that offers anti-shake for watching videos
Out to potentially solve an ailing problem when it comes to watching videos on the go, HTC has applied for a patent that looks to offer anti-shake capabilities to a handset. We know that it can become extremely difficult to watch one of your favorite movies during the long subway or car ride to work, but this software would make it just a tad bit easier to watch something on your mobile phone. Utilizing an accelerometer or other motion sensor on the phone, the software running would detect any movement on the phone when a video is playing and move it accordingly on the screen – basically it would look as though the image will always be stable. It definitely seems like a neat concept, but at least it won't be too strenuous on your eyes as you try to focus on what's playing on the screen.

source: USPTO via wmpoweruser


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