MorePhone: Paper-Thick Flexible Smartphone Curls Upon a Call

May 1, 2013 by  
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If you prefer to keep your phone on silent but end up with a bunch of missed calls and unread messages, you will love this bendable smartphone! Designed by researchers at Queen’s University Human Media Lab in Canada, the MorePhone is a smartphone that twists when it receives a text or call. It is based on thin film, flexible display technologies and organic user interfaces that allow computers to take any shape or form. Read the rest of MorePhone: Paper-Thick Flexible Smartphone Curls Upon a Call Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: flexible display technologies , flexible displays , flexible smartphone , green gadgets , human-computer interaction , MorePhone , organic user interfaces , Queen’s University Human Media Lab , smartphone technology , ultra thin smartphone        

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