08-10-2022 10:03 AM - last edited 08-10-2022 10:59 AM
You know how everyone who uses glasses has the lense configured in a particular way so they can see clearly. How about your phone screen acts that way. But why your screen configures itself to the exact way your eyes see things and so you don't have to wear your glasses when you want to use your phone. Just like how you can adjust the brightness level on your phone to meet a preferred spec for your eyes, you would also be able to adjust the display on your device till it gets to what's much more suitable for your eyes
08-10-2022 10:39 AM in
08-10-2022 12:53 PM - last edited 08-10-2022 12:54 PM
08-10-2022 03:40 PM in
12-10-2022 06:13 AM in
A good idea.
However some sell their current phones to help accrue funds to help buy their next.
What would happen then 🤔
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12-10-2022 10:47 AM - last edited 12-10-2022 10:48 AM
13-10-2022 12:48 PM in
Whilst it might seem a good idea in practice problematic . Whilst maybe not always idea as has been said there are a variety of Accessibility options. Certainly in the near future no substitute really for glasses/ contact lenses. only had glasses (mostly for reading/close up) around 5 years . Never tried contacts though, to me seems a bit of a pain!
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