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It’s more than just a cool looking watch with Tron blue lights, the Rollerphone by  takes us to the very near future where you can pull your phones navigation out of your wristband via a retractable transparent screen.





This futuristic cellphone concept seems to blend the concepts of these two films together.  A watch and cellphone

hybrid,  Rollerphone acts like a mini projector on the wearer’s wrist. This projection shows the time on one side of the

 wrist and when the wearer turns it over, a roll out, transparent screen becomes available for phone calls.



Category: Future Mobile | Views: 630 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-31 | Comments (0)


One of the most popular LCD and LED display creator Samsung showcase Flexible AMOLED display.




Samsung showcase there next generation AMOLED display at CES 2011. The Flexible AMOLED display is ultra thin

sheet that you really can’t imagine. The displays are rollable, bendable and can even survive impacts of a hammer.

We surely say that it is really Next Generation display technology by Samsung. Bellow is the picture of Flexible

AMOLED disp ... Read more »
Category: Future Mobile | Views: 549 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-31 | Comments (0)

The Windows Weather Phone is a refresh from bad weather predictions and inconvenient phone interfaces. The Windows Weather Phone is not only able to predict weather accurately, but also make its completely transparent body mimic the weather. If it’s snowing outside, it would appear as if it’s realistically snowing inside the phone itself- creating an astounding illusion.

The Windows Weather Phone uses OLED technology- this allows its transparency without sacrificing technological power. Much like other phones, this phone is able to perform a variety of features such as calling, texting, videos, music and others. Additional to these features, its transparency allows it to perform a unique feature- it can completely mimic weather outside. On a rainy day, the phone would appear to be filled with raindrops, while on a sunny day the phone would ... Read more »

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This junior project focuses on the branding of products, and this (fictionally) shows how a Nokia® cell phone would look like in 2030.

The process involves capturing features and elements on existing products that represent the brand. These elements are then applied to the newly designed product for this project.



This junior project focuses on the branding of products, and this (fictionally) shows how a Nokia® cell phone would

look like in 2030.

The process involves capturing features and elements on existing products that represent the brand. These elements

are then applied to the newly designed p ... Read more »

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 646 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-31 | Comments (0)

MotoLINK is tailored to meet the needs of the busy American teenager — an audience accustomed to instant communication via technology. Teens can use the camera to capture and personalize photos of their friends and family, and then send quick updates through a second touch screen dedicated to their social network. The system allows for a more fluid and personal connection with those who matter most.


motoLINK offers two modes of use. Moving the slider one notch up will reveal the camera button and open the lens on the camera. Slide the cover one notch further and the camera ejects and flips around to enable portrait mode.


Once the image is captured and personalized with a message, the teen simply drags and drops the photo to the second touch screen and it is delivered instantly.

... Read more »

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 597 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-31 | Comments (0)