Back in 2008, our website was just starting up, but even then some amazing concepts were created. One example that quickly comes to mind is the classic Nokia Morph, that’s probably buried in the archives of Nokia or the Nokia Devices branch taken over by Microsoft. The Morph is a
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Just when we thought we’ve seen everything from Nokia and their R&D section, we stumble upon this Morph concept, revealed today and created by Nokia Research Centre and the University of Cambridge. The device uses advanced nanotechnology and it’s a flexible handset, transforming into any shape you want it to.
What say you? A Nokia laptop that’s voice activated and uses a scroll-style OLED display? Why, this must be gibberish talk son… or is it? Rodrigo Mercado surely thinks it’s not, since he designed this concept laptop, that’s got a bit of that beautiful Morph in it. And it’s the
We like futuristic technology and projects in development more than “coming soon” devices, because they’re closer to reflecting the hopes and dreams of engineers and designers. Such is the case with the Cubimorph, a project coming from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol. But they weren’t
Nokia is entering a totally new stage of its life, being in cocoon phase right now, as it morphs into a 5G-powered butterfly. Hardware is the least of their concerns, but the future may involve a device that at least brings some memories back, like the Nokia N73 rebirth below.
Nokia had some interesting concepts over the past decade, including the Nokia Remade model, that I haven’t heard about in a very long while. It was gone as soon as it appeared and it got thrown probably into the same pit as the Project Ara and Project Morph… The idea
We’ve been hearing a lot about Nokia flexible phones lately, with a prototype being even demoed at Nokia World 2011. This may be no Nokia Morph, but it’s surely interesting enough to make us think about the future. And now there’s a new project called the HumanForm, that looks like
Remember the Nokia Morph flexible concept from 3 years ago? Well, it’s only now that Nokia has started moving to that direction, creating a flexible display device or two, showcased during this week’s Nokia World 2011 event in London. The result can be seen below: This is the prototype Nokia
While Nokia fails to deliver hot smartphones, at least they’re evolving on the prototype and concept side. What you see below is a stretchable electronic skin, a technology developed by Nokia Research Center Cambridge. This flexible piece of bioelectronics is the basis for the future foldable devices, like watches or
There was a pretty cool Nokia N900 ad that saw a person transforming into a handset and we showed you a Transformers Motorola phone a while back. However, this time, we’ve got an iPhone 4G prototype, created by Manuel Eder and once again keen on the whole transformation process. Of