Skreens Awarded Patent for Revolutionary New Media Technology. Skreens announced that it was awarded a U.S. patent for aspects of its technology that combine multiple HDMI signals with web content onto a single display controlled by a tablet or smart device, delivering an immersive, personal media experience. For users, bringing all of their media and social experiences together as one means finally having full control of their media, in exactly the way they want it. For more information about please visit the Skreens patent, No. 9,210,361,
Keep Your Eye On Skreens
Skreens was created with the desire to give you a product that empowers you, to do what you have always wanted to do and didn’t know how, juggle multiple content streams, to be liberated and allow you to easily bring separate media sources like broadband, cable, satellite, streaming devices and gaming consoles together on a single customizable display!
Skreens: Stream from Multiple Devices At Once
Meet Skreens: a handy tool that lets you stream from all your favorite devices at once. Whether you are interested in gaming, browsing the web, or watching TV, you can now do so on one display with no lag.
Skreens Launches Kickstarter
“OK, I want channels 18, 24, 63, 109, 87 and the weather channel.” Many may remember this line from Back to the Future 2. While we may not be there yet, Skreens is bringing us one step closer.
Today, September 22nd, the Kickstarter for Skreens launched. The initial goal of $25,000 was met in around 25 minutes. Let’s get to the big question, what is Skreens? Skreens allows you to display up to 4 different HDMI devices on one screen. You can adjust the size of each video in real time and the built in hardware scaler will adjust the resolution. Skreens will output at 1080p 60 frames per second and pass through the audio, so hooking it up to a receiver would still allow surround sound if the source supports it.
Could ‘Skreens’ Revolutionize How We Interact Digitally?
I recently discovered a project called Skreens, which will let you watch TV, play video games, interact on social media, do stuff online and more all at once — and all on one monitor. Sounds like a lot, but this could revolutionize how we watch TV or play video games and more.
When you think about it, it’s kind of what we’re already doing, but we’re doing this with every device possible.