Thursday, 1 December 2011

Nokia HumanForm concept

At the recent Nokia World event in London, the company showed off a prototype of a handset with a flexible screen, which allowed it to be used in several interesting ways. Now, a new video has hit the net showcasing the future of flexible phones according to Nokia.

Called the HumanForm, this concept phone has a strange elliptical shape and is completely flexible, letting you twist it around however you want. The whole phone acts like a transparent touchscreen, which means pressing any part of it will let you operate it.

The Concept of HumanForm on this phone using nano technology. There has been no detailed explanation of this. The phone has a transparent screen with a flexible casing which sensitive to touch.

HumanForm is a an project by Nokia Design and Nokia Research Center and explores the promise of nanotechnology and emotional interactions in a dynamically flexible device that goes beyond being just another touch screen. It features voice communication where technology is invisible and intuition takes over! The following video explains it all.

The HumanForm phone also lends insight into Nokia’s focus on using nanotechnology to enhance user experience. It claims to be able to realise a caller’s moods and change the ringtone accordingly. But of course, the focus of the video remains on the flexible screen technology and its interactions, such as twisting the screen to zoom in and out.



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