<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "A research team from Queen & # 39; s University in Canada has a story page made, rolled up and made MagicScroll, a rolling tablet with touch screen designed to capture the flexible and continuous design of old rolls in a modern device. This new proposal is designed to bring the boundaries of flexible device technology to a new territory. "Data-reactid =" 23 "> A research team at the Queen's University in Canada has taken a page from history, rolled up and developed MagicScroll, a rolling tablet with touch screen, designed to provide the flexible and continuous design of old to capture parchments in a modern device, this new proposal is designed to shift the boundaries of flexible device technology to a new territory.
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The device consists of a 7.5 flexible screen in inch resolution 2K that can be rolled up or rolled around a cylindrical central body that prints in 3D and that contains the computer's internal computer control Two rotating wheels at each end of the cylinder allow you to browse the information on the touch screen mimic the movement of an old parchment or role. "data-reactid =" 24 "> The device consists of a flexible 7.5-inch 2K resolution screen that can be rolled up or rolled around a cylindrical central body that is printed in 3D and that contains the computer's internal computer control. With swivels at each end of the cylinder you can scroll through the information on the touch screen, mimic the movement of an old scroll or role.
If you see interesting content that you want to look at, the screen can be rolled out and function like a regular tablet screen. The light weight and cylindrical body makes it much easier to hold with one hand, when it is rolled, fits in a pocket and can also be used as a telephone, dictation machine or for other purposes.
"We were inspired by the design of old roles because their form allows a more natural and uninterrupted experience of long visual timelines," Dr. Vertegaal, director of Human Media Lab at Queen's University, in which he explained that another source of inspiration were the old rolodex file systems that were used to store and explore contact cards. "The MagicScroll scroll wheel offers an infinite scroll action for quick navigation through long lists – imagine the image of your Instagram timeline, messages or LinkedIn contacts in this way!"
In addition to the innovative and flexible screen, the prototype also has a camera that allows users to use the MagicScroll that is rolled up like a motion-based control device, similar to the "Wiimote" from Nintendo. In addition, the rotating wheels of the apparatus contain robot parts that allow physical movement or rotation when it receives a notification.
"Ultimately, we hope to design the device in such a way that it can become as small as a pen that you can carry in your breast pocket," said Dr. Vertegaal. "More generally, the MagicScroll project also allows us to investigate the notions that screens do not have to be flat and that everything can become a screen."
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Another participant in the project, Dr. Juan Pablo Carrascal will present the MagicScroll MobileHCI 2018, one of the most important international conferences on the interaction between people and computers, mobile devices and services, held on 4 September of this year in Barcelona, Spain. "data-reactid =" 31 "> Other of the participants in the project, Dr. Juan Pablo Carrascal, presents the MagicScroll at MobileHCI 2018, one of the most important international conferences on interaction of people and computers, mobile devices and services, which will take place in Barcelona, Spain, on September 4 this year.