Mojo Vision Contact Lenses

Virtual reality headset are shrinking down and getting smaller and smaller lighter and less bulky than before to be easier to use more comfortable to wear even for the extended period.

Contact lenses with displays inside well it’s using module vision just presented their contact lenses with a displaying site be used for AR and VR application.

VR headsets to make it smaller easier to wear to see Holograms better to see our virtual reality work better and then the company just comes out with the solution that actually skips all that process and well just put contact lenses.

You can see and do stuff in the virtual world well this company came out from nowhere mojo vision is working from for five years on a way to actually fit a display actually to make a display that can fit a pair of contact lenses and of course, they managed to do it.

The eye works how to make it possible for our eye and how to make also our vision better so let’s start to talk about the technology itself what you see here is actually the smallest display ever made a nerd with one of the eyes is PPI possible to go in numbers to display smaller than half of millimeter’s gonna sit right in front of your Tokyo and it does it TI’s of pixel per inch density of 14,000 that is impressive.

If you think about it as a phone usually are about 350 PPIfor examples and if we talk about virtual reality at set the HTC vive Pro is a PPIof a thousand and one so this is 14 times denser as a display.

Then the 5pro so for sure forget about screen door effect and all those stuff because those are not going to be a thing anymore and now talking about pixels, of course, is that small we don’t have many many pixels we have 70,000 pixels.

That is still impressive for something that is much smaller than a millimeter so this is not just a small as display ever made this is actually also the most energy-efficient display because if you are inside a control lens if you have to sit in the middle of your puppy in a way that you can’t really see the display but just what does displays projecting without obscuring your vision, of course, you also have to feed the battery or some sort in there to make it work of course you can just put a phone battery in the cable that goes inside your eye.

It would be pretty weird indeed so they managed to make the display very energy-efficient because sitting that close to the eyes and projecting the image right in the fovea that is the part of the eye with better clarity for our vision.

The image that works as a battery and the battery life if we can call battery life for these compact lines either around 24 hours so it’s already impressive because you can wear it very very long and to recharge it you just put it in their housing that is similar to the one that is from your hire pots for example for your wireless headphones.

When you’re charging and then you put it on again for the next day and that’s very impressive indeed now the vision part is very interesting because they went off course from just showing a static image to actually showing videos and information and now.

It’s just a regular display that works like any other display and that’s very interesting because you can show information in your vision you can also enhance like the light of the environment around you so you can actually see in the dark.

For example and that’s very interesting with like some superhuman stuff or if you have some visual problem they can help to restore your vision actually also zoom on thing sand see things better because they can project the image to our eye in a different way and the most interesting thing for me is that it works like a regular display.


Samsung Galaxy S 20

The biggest Android phone launch of 2020 will inevitably be the Samsung Galaxy S 20 that’s the new snappy temporally relevant name were expecting to see four was originally going to be called the galaxy s 11, and there’s a lot to get stuck into here from the s20 slightly early February launch to rumours of a faster screen, and impressive new camera array so let’s dive right…

It’s central and this is everything we know so far about the Samsung galaxy s 20

First, let’s deal with cold hard facts we see the galaxy s 20 or s 11 will debut on February 11th at an event.

In San Francisco, thanks to details revealed in Samsung’s official event invite that gives Samsung a head start on the other devices that might be launching at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

A couple of weeks later and means there’s a good chance the phones themselves will be shipping by the end of February.

Last year we’re looking at multiple models of  s20 though with a slight realignment compared to what we saw with the s 10 series the base model according to all the rumours is set to be the galaxy s 20 think of this as a mash-up between the s10 and s 10 B last year there’ll be a slightly larger s 20 Plus which is likely to be the most popular model around the world and finally, an s2000 will sport an even larger screen with 5g connectivity as standard in terms of physical size expect the vanilla s 20 to measure in at 6 point 4 inches diagonally with the plus falling at 6 points 7 inches and the s 20 ultras purportedly pushing all the way up to 6 points 9 inches making it physically the biggest galaxy s flagship ever also worth noting is that as 5g networks become more common the two smaller s 20 is also slated to come in both 4G and 5G variants whereas the Ultra supposedly will be 5g only next the basic specs it’s no surprise to see the Galaxy S 20 series likely launched with qualcomm snapdragon 865 processor in the US and china but reportedly many countries will also be getting a snapdragon variant this year or as the

Exynos version will be limited mainly to Europe, and this is because Samsung’s.

Exynos 990 chip is having trouble matching the speed of the Qualcomm equivalent which I guess is good news for a lot of people but lousy news potentially for s20 buyers in Europe you’re getting a slower and less efficient phone though we’ll have to wait and see how things shake out any way other rumoured core specs aren’t too surprising 12 gigs of ram 128, 256 or 512 gigabytes of storage what’s interesting though is the inclusion of between 4500 and 5000 milliamp-hour battery a huge regret from the batteries.

Samsung phones big reason for these extra-large cells are expected to be the phone’s 120 Hertz displays evidence for the next-gen.

Samsung phones having super smooth means emotion a code of the 1ui 2.0 update for the Galaxy Note 10 and since then it’s also been confirmed by multiple sources a faster refresh rate, of course, has the potential to chew through power much more quickly than a standard 60 Hertz screen of the Klan’s included in most Android phones but it also makes these phones smoother and appear more responsive than out of the 4c for instance last year’s 1 + 7 Pro which run at 90 Hertz and the past a couple of years of razor phones which used 120 Hertz LCDs looking at the leaked CAD renders of the S 20 series that have emerged thus far we can see a design that’s a mash-up between the S Ten and no ten there’s a more rounded chassis as we’d expect from a Galaxy S phone but also a smaller central hole-punch camera up front which prolly means any 3d face unlock is out of the question and that the S 20 will continue to rely on in the screen fingerprint for secure unlock around the back is where you’ll find arguably the most exciting features of the S 20 series and that is the camera array the multi-lens setup is said to be based around a 108 megapixel primary camera with telephoto zoom provided through a new 5 x telescope set up so as what we saw last year in the Huawei P 30 Pro though possibly with upgraded optics compared to that model that’s likely also to ultra-wide and some depth sensing capabilities that are also tucked away in that extra more massive camera hump plus if 4k video isn’t enough for you then get ready for 8k video rumoured to be arriving in the s20 as well so on the one hand the core of what makes these phones at galaxy s haven’t changed the leaked images look broadly like successors to the galaxy s & 9 & S 10 series instead of any huge design changes expect Samsung this year to zero in on the super-smooth screen and extra large batteries as differentiators while the camera especially the 5 x superzoom will give Samsung an easily identifiable a feature .

Dell announces premium designed PCs and displays at Dell CES 2020

Dell announced on January 6 that it will launch a new premium-designed laptop and display it at CES 2020.

 The Latitude 9000 series, a 15-inch laptop computer, features the 5G support, up to 30 hours of battery life, and the high power of the 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor. The new XPS 13 with a new 16:10 display will also be announced.

 The lineup of display products has also been enhanced, and a large-screen display with a touch panel that can be used like a whiteboard “ Dell large display C8621QT 85.6-inch multi-touch 4K USB-C monitor ”, up to 4 PCs can be connected and displayed on one screen “Dell Digital High-End Series U4320Q 42.5 inch 4K USB-C Monitor”, “Dell Digital High-End Series 27 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) with VESA DisplayHDR 400”, “Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor (AW2521HF)” with 240Hz Refresh Rate Also announced.


The aspect ratio of the screen has increased from the current general 16: 9 to 16:10, and the display area has increased by 6.8% from the previous model. This is a convenient change for business use such as documents, spreadsheets, and presentation materials.

 XPS 13 will be available in the US / Canada / Sweden / UK / Germany / France on January 7 and will be available globally in February. The Latitude 9510 will go on sale on March 26. On the display, the C8621QT will be launched globally on April 10, the U4320Q and U2720Q will be launched globally on January 30, and the AW2521HF will be launched globally on March 11.

Huawei 5G Singapore’s first artificial intelligence laboratory

Singapore newspaper correspondent Tsai Honda reports: 

Singapore’s first Huawei 5G artificial intelligence (AI) innovation laboratory, which Huawei invested more than 10 million US dollars, has officially put into operation in Changi Business Park. The laboratory will mainly focus on three aspects of talent training, innovation research and Sino-Singapore cooperation.

The 5G artificial intelligence innovation laboratory has 5G network facilities, which can do 5G product experiments and proof of concepts, and also provide a development platform for AI researchers and developers. Government agencies, universities, research institutions, and small and medium enterprises can use the laboratory.

It is reported that the experimental project covers the fields of transportation, education and service industry. Projects on display include self-driving vehicles made with Huawei’s 5G network and parts, as well as supermarket electronic scales developed by Huawei in cooperation with electrical manufacturer DIGI. Pedestrians can buy food through mobile apps or stop unmanned vehicles directly on the road, or use the vehicle to send express mail. The new electronic scale uses AI technology to automatically identify about 50 vegetable and fruit varieties on the weighing pan, which not only reduces errors caused by manual keystrokes in the supermarket but also makes shopping more convenient for consumers. The new electronic scale will be put on the market after a period of trial and improvement in the supermarket.


In addition, 

Huawei signed a memorandum of cooperation with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological Institute to cultivate talents in AI, cloud technology and 5G. It plans to train 100 AI engineers and 1,000 AI developers in Singapore in the next 3 years.

It change the huawei mobile network.



Gates invests in a big breakthrough in solar energy! Produce over 1000 degrees of ultra-high temperature energy steelmaking

CNN reports that a secret startup invested by Microsoft founder Bill Gates has made a major breakthrough in solar technology with the goal of saving the planet.

Clean energy company Heliogen announced on the 19th that the company uses artificial intelligence and mirrors to reflect a lot of sunlight, which can produce ultra-high temperatures above 1000 degrees Celsius.

Heliogen is like creating a solar furnace with a high temperature equivalent to a quarter of the sun’s surface.

This breakthrough means that the extremely high temperatures generated by concentrated solar energy can be used for the first time in the manufacture of cement, steel, glass and other industries that require high temperatures.

In other words, zero-emission solar energy has replaced fossil fuels, the industry that emits the most carbon dioxide, and the clean energy revolution of the past has never touched this.

The new Mobile Moto Razr India

It’s back. Lenovo’s sub-brand Motorola today released the iconic Moto Razr 2019 version. In the past, Moto Razr India has suffered numerous leaks and rumors, and the leaked pictures show that Moto Razr India looks attractive regardless of folding or unfolding. The new Moto Razr offers advanced design and includes two screens – one for the main display (when the phone is unfolded) and one for the folding device. Moto Razr India has a very small border on both sides of the main screen. There is also a wide mouth in front.



Motorola launched the Moto Razr for $1,500, roughly equivalent to Rs 1,08,273.

Shortly after the global launch, Motorola India confirmed through the trailer that Moto Razr India is about to enter the country. The company did not disclose the release date of Moto Razr in India, but we expect this phone to be on the market faster than people think. In India, Moto Razr is also expected to be expensive – possibly more than 100,000. Having said that, we believe Moto Razr hopes the company will be like the Samsung Galaxy Fold recently launched in India. Motorola India has released Razr’s registration page in India, which may suggest that India will launch the product in weeks or months.

2019 Moto Razr Specifications

The Moto Razr comes with two screens – one sitting inside and the other sitting outside. In the interior – unfolded – a 6.2 inch flexible pOLED display. The screen offers a 21:9 CinemaVision aspect ratio similar to some of the previously released Motorola smartphones. On the outside – when folding the phone – there is a 2.7-inch gOLED display with an aspect ratio of 4:3. Moto Razr also includes a fingerprint sensor at the bottom.

Unlike the recently launched foldable phones (such as the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X), the Moto Razr folds like one of the old clamshell Razr phones. Once collapsed, the Quick View screen will display a notification and allow the user to take a photo. Best of all, you can take a selfie with a 16 megapixel main camera in a collapsed state.

Moto Razr allows users to perform a variety of activities – when making calls, sending messages or emails – when expanding – but with some restrictions when folding. When folded, Moto Razr allows users to check for notifications on the Quick View display. The quick view display also allows the user to answer the call, reply to the message with a quick reply (preset message template), and control the music. When you choose to interact further with the notification, the phone asks you to open the main display and display it from the last point – similar to the continuity of the application. Motorola said the process is seamless.

The “Quick View” display outside Moto Razr includes a 16MP camera that allows users to click on a selfie while folding the phone. The 16MP camera has a variety of camera functions, such as EIS, night vision mode, and more. When you expand your phone, the same 16MP camera turns into a rear camera. When unfolding, there is also a 5MP camera inside the phone.

The Moto Razr is powered by the Snapdragon 710 processor – yes, this flip phone doesn’t use the flagship processor – comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The Moto Razr is equipped with a 2510mAh battery and is equipped with 15W fast charging support. On the software side, Razr runs Android 9 Pie out of the box.