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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Morpholio Builds on Their Design App with the Launch of ’7 New Tools for the Creative World’

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Just under a year ago, the brains over at the Morpholio Project released Morpholio , a mobile and web-based app that created a new platform for presentation, critique and collaboration. They then followed this up with Trace , a digital design tool that allows creatives to instantly draw on top of imported images or background templates and layer comments or ideas to generate intelligent sketches to be shared. Now their back again with Morpholio 2.0 , a new suite seven forward-thinking design tools. The app re-imagines the portfolio as a design utility, providing a means to share, discuss and get feedback on work from a global community of users. Morpholio’s cloud-based infrastructure focuses on ways to amplify design thinking; drawing, commenting, sharing and analysis are built into and on top of the portfolio, creating the first completely integrated platform for designers. “Creatives have a rich interaction with each other as well as their own work, which wasn’t being captured by existing software,” says Mark Collins, Co-creator of Morpholio . “With these new tools, Morpholio 2.0 becomes a powerful hub that reflects and amplifies the life of the creative—overflowing and abundant with inspiration, ideas and discussion.” Check out the video of the new edition above, then download it for free at the App Store . + Morpholio 2.0 at the App Store + Morpholio Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 7 New Tools for the Creative World’ , architecture portfolio , columbia morpholio , custom portfolio , design a portfolio , design portfolio , digital portfolio , drawing apps , drawing software , modern portfolios , morpholio , morpholio 2.0 , portfolio app , portfolio software , portfolios for architects , presentation and portfolios , presentation app , presentation for architects , trace , trace app , trace by morpholio , tracing apps , tracing software        

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Tiny Living Hits the Road in a Retro Tonke Fieldsleeper

May 1, 2013 by  
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Grand Canyon Uranium Mine as Big as a Walmart Parking Lot to Proceed Despite Obama Ban

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Photo via Shutterstock A Canadian Company has received federal approval to proceed with a uranium mine despite a ban put in place by President Obama last year. Energy Fuels Resources has skirted the ban by producing a 1986 environmental report conducted by the United States Forest Service, The Guardian reports, but several conservation groups and the Havasupai tribe have dismissed the report as being outdated. The old Canyon mine will clearcut land as large as a Walmart parking lot just six miles from the South Rim entrance to the canyon, which is up to 70 million years old. Read the rest of Grand Canyon Uranium Mine as Big as a Walmart Parking Lot to Proceed Despite Obama Ban Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Energy Fuels Resources , Environment , environmental destruction , grand canyon , Grand Canyon Trust , Havasupai , Nature , News , Red Wall Aquifer , seven natural wonders of the world , South Rim of Grand Canyon , Travel , uranium , us forest service        

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HP to develop solar-powered flexible wrist displays for soldiers

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Eco Factor: Flexible wrist displays powered by solar energy. HP is working on a technology that could enable soldiers read maps, directions and other important information on a flexible display that will be mounted on the wrist of the soldier. The displays will use E-Ink technology and will be powered by solar cells that are integrated into the surrounding fabric.

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