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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PaperPhone Is Most Durable Smart Phone Ever, Made of Bendable E-Paper (Video)

May 6, 2011 by  
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Image via YouTube video The Queens University Human Media Lab has come up with a phone that not only provides a new way of interacting with your smart phone, but also what could be the most durable device yet. Using electronic paper, you simply bend the corners to call, play music, text and so on.

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