We deal with a lot of screens everyday-the cellphone, tablet, your PC, your computer at office and even a connected TV! Many of us are just fed up of this, right? When there is no help, Google comes forward!
The Deep Shot, a new patent of Google boasts of linking all of the screens described beforehand, in a way like never before.
How does it work?
It was originally developed in MIT, but Google has exclusive rights over the patent and has an employee researching on this as an initial project.
Suppose a user takes a snapshot of any part of a map of Google Maps from a desktop with the help of the individual smartphone. Now with this technology, the user is able to open the same map on their map; not as a static image, but as a fully interactive map like on the desktop.
Deep Shot enables us with the continuation of everything- of a console or PC game into a mobile device, immediate accesses of movies that was being watched on a connected TV and continue the remaining part on the tablet.
The Notebook Definition:
Any state of internet-connected application can be captured with the camera of a mobile phone and can be reduplicated elsewhere- on any other screen.
Is anything wrong?
The idea is one of a genius, but as the maxim goes -“All that glitters is not gold”. The process is awe-inspiring and very much utile, but disrupting at times. Taking the snapshot means that Google is immediately analyzing the picture between Google as well as third parties. It uses the enormous data stores and processing power to make better connections for the user. The technology may seem a bit unfledged, but a few demonstrations of the Deep Shot doing the rounds have proved quite impressive.
What we expect more:
From the very day, this patent was made public; people have been hoping that Deep Sense will be integrated into the Google Assistant, to have much more appeal. Obviously we can do a lot with this technology. But at the same time Google also needs other platforms like Windows, MACOS, i OS to make the technology much simple to use.
Will Google work together with the competitors to make things easier for us? We hope to see it coming soon.