- With this system, when the impact of a device exceeds a certain threshold, a protection system is activated to display the damages reduced or eliminated.
- The Amazon system would use a number of tools such as cameras, accelerometers and gyroscopes to detect when a device is falling.
- The patent was filed over a year ago, but until Tuesday it was not possible to get the approval of the Office of U.S. Patents.
Amazon is famous for its tablets and eReaders Kindle . The company offers high specifications at a very attractive price. In addition, the e-commerce giant user provides a wide and heterogeneous catalog of games, apps and eBooks in Spanish.
One of the biggest concerns for users to purchase one of these devices is their safety. The possibility that the eReader or tablet hits the ground or any other object collision and damage is not something that pleases their owners. For this reason and to ensure maximum safety of your devices, Amazon has patented a system airbag could incorporate into their devices. This method works when the terminal suffers a shock that exceeds a threshold. At that time, the protection system is activated so that the collision is reduced or eliminated.
Initially, this development was not only an idea of Amazon that was high over the patent and trademark office of the United States more one year. Finally, on Tuesday, Amazon managed to officially register. designed by Amazon system would use a number of tools such as cameras, accelerometers and gyroscopes to detect when the ‘tablet’, ‘smartphone, eReader or other device is falling. So, when this happens the airbag is activated automatically to save damage.
The operation alternatives of the company which deck airbag for this model that the system itself would be activated when the speed of movement of the smartphone faster than usual .Furthermore, reorient the device to the landing position is the most appropriate for impact.
Alternatively, the propulsion element that registered the patent explains, expel a gas system to make a soft landing and thus the more damage is smaller.
The patent was filed over a year ago, in February 2010, but until Tuesday it was not possible to get the approval of the Office of Patents and Trademarks of the United States, which has already officially registered this idea of Amazon .