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Mobile Movies

Any cellphone or handset that projects high-definition images (TV) should have a projector in the device that would be as small as a dime. This could shoot off an image a meter wide on a surface just half-meter away from it. High-tech gadgets can now shoot videos as mobile movies.

How mobile movies run

To show these mobile movies, small mirrors are used. These mirrors are suspended by fibers (carbon). These fibers strengthen the vibrations of the motor, and the mirror would be moved. Said movements would deflect the laser at varying angles. This would result in the laser going back and forth on the surface, and while it only moves from one side to the other, it could also be mounted on a plane that moves vertically. A result would be the creation of dark and light pixels, and the full-color of the mobile movies would be a combination of blue, green and red lights.

The high-speed vibrations are crucial to the making of images (high-resolution) for the mobile movies. Experts of the University of California (Berkeley) assert that on top of the high-scanning speeds, an image's resolution is anchored on the size of the mirror.

The challenge of producing mobile movies

One key issue for this kind of systems and also for mobile movies would be maintaining manufacturing expenses low. Before, experts have tried to make this kind of gadget for making mobile movies totally from silicon. The process is not yet stable enough for large-scale manufacturing to commence.

Mobile movies downloaded

CinemaNow permits the individual to download movies from the cellphones, and we are speaking of about ten thousand mobile movies in here. Here is the procedure to enjoy mobile movies: go to the mobile site to check the catalogue of the entity, or to watch the different trailers of the full mobile movies. Then the main thing - one could download mobile movies to his desktop while he is in transit. The downloading for the mobile movies would commence remotely and, chances are, the mobile movies will be ready for viewing when the person arrives in his residence. The said movie trailers of the mobile movies are encoded in what is called the H.264.

Then, there is a network operator that intends to collaborate with movie theaters to place movie times on RFID tags on posters. The rationale of this proposed action is that the person could check on times while he/she is in the subway. Most RFID tags at present are used to locate where products are.

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