The MorePhone can be customized to bend its entire body, or curl select corners
The MorePhone prototype smartphone curls up to indicate an incoming call or message
The MorePhone smartphone prototype bends to indicate an incoming call
The MorePhone can be customized so that a curl of a particular corner indicates a text message
The MorePhone in its flat state
The MorePhone can be customized so that a curl of a particular corner indicates a text message or email
Researchers at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have developed a prototype smartphone that uses shape-changing capabilities to let the user know of an incoming call, text or email. Built around a thin, flexible electrophoretic display manufactured by Plastic Logic, the MorePhone can curl its entire body to indicate a call, or curl up to three individual corners to indicate a particular message.
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