nokia’s morph: cell phone of the future?

February 25, 2008 at 10:32 pm 3 comments

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At MOMA’s newest exhibit, Design and the Elastic Mind, Nokia is showing off Morph, a concept mobile phone utilizing nanotechnology and transparent electronics. By using smaller electrical circuits on a rubbery substrate, the phone can be molded to fit user preference or worn around the wrist like a bracelet.

But don’t hold your breath for this product. According to scientists at the University of Cambridge, a product like this is still about 10 years away.

Check out the animated video of morph in action:

Reminds me of the flexible display from Phillips at CES.

{via: Engadget}

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