Samsung Intouch Concept Uses NASA Technology

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The Intouch handset was designed by Christina Droira and a couple of colleagues from the University of Cincinnati, as a project sponsored by Samsung. This concept uses a sub-vocal speech technology that was developed by NASA for astronaut communication in space. Basically, it uses a couple of sensors that facilitate communication from the human’s throat.

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You might have guessed by now that the Intouch concept is more than a phone as it features 3 parts: the handset, a directional sound Bluetooth ear cuff and a the neck piece. This accessory reads the speech neuron signals, while the ear cuff handles the hearing process.

Passing on to less scientific talk, the Intouch phone features a pretty big LCD display, a fingerprint security scanner, integrated chip, a smaller screen on top and touch surface.

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[via Cameraphonesplaza]

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  • Lasana

    Are any of these phones out?