Sony shows TV display with push and pull detection to control patented sound, image scaling and more |

Sony is one of the biggest players in the TV market worldwide. The Japanese brand often brings new innovations to its television sets, whether it be features related to performance, audio or software. However, these discoveries are very small and undetectable. Well, Sony seems to be doing something big now. Today, we saw a patent from Sony for a flexible and expandable TV display panel with Bend Detection Tech, which is unheard of. Let’s go into details.

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According to the patent, there are piezo elements on the display to detect the push and pull effect when you tilt the screen. With push and pull, you can control the scale of the images, rotate the volume up or down, display both images on the screen at once, and so on. The patent specifies multiple bending directions as you can see in this display panel. In the pictures below.

The patent states that the display can be pulled from both sides, which probably means an expandable display. We do not know how this technology works, not to mention pulling from both sides if Sony does not expand the display.

As interesting as this feature may sound, we wonder who will use it. Why would anyone walk towards the display and bend over to perform actions when you use the remote control or can give voice commands to the TV. Sony will end up using this technology for mobile display panels or desktop monitors, where it will be even more useful.

Most of the time, brands patent futuristic technologies, but never use them and this Sony display panel may be one of them. Although Sony is working hard on this technology for the consumer market, it will take them years to make it usable for mass production.


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