Patent on Generating Low Resolution User Interfaces for Transmission to Mobile Devices

Tapiki founder Brian Dote received his fourth patent on March 26th, 2013. This patent is from work Brian did on the original iPhone while at Apple (Brian was part of a team of developers). Other patents awarded:

http://www.tapiki.com/2012/09/patent-number-three-8261209/

http://www.tapiki.com/2012/04/patent-number-two-8161179/

http://www.tapiki.com/2012/03/our-first-patent-8126966-is-our-lucky-number/
 

Generating low resolution user interfaces for transmission to mobile devices

“A computer-implemented method includes generating a user interface for displaying one or more images, receiving a request from a remote device to view the user interface, determining whether the remote device is a mobile device communicating over a wireless network, depending on a result of the determination, generating a low resolution version of the user interface that is computationally less intensive to render compared to the previously generated user interface, and transmitting the low resolution version of the user interface to the requesting device.”

 

Check out the full patent here: Generating low resolution user interfaces for transmission to mobile devices

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