Monitor with Infrared sensor
This 22” monitor of Philips, Brilliance 225P1ES, has an integrated PowerSensor which basically takes the form of a infrared sensor that detect when you’re seated before the Brilliance 225P1ES or you just have walked away. As soon as you are away, it will step in to reduce the display’s brightness which will see up to a 50% reduction in power usage.
Future Vision by Erwin Van Lun on this article
Although evevything seems to about energy saving these days, the underlying trend is much more fundamental: screens are now being equipped with sensors which will allow them to know whether there is sitting someone in front of them. Next, they’ll distinguish humans from dogs and cats and soon after they’ll recognize individuals and give only certain persons access to certain areas. The textual password codes of today, are evolving into ‘gesturing in the air’ tomorrow.
It’s not about our planet, it’s about our experience and the dialogue between brands and individuals. And a dialogue starts with recognition.
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