Friday, May 6, 2011

When the iPhone, a game-changer PaperPhone is here!

Dubbed the PaperPhone, this Smartphone 9,5 cm diagonal thin film flexible screen is the forerunner to a paper-thin handset and in the future, according to the researchers, the tablets.

This smart phone users Start Guide do the touch screen or buttons on the call, play music, Zoom the google maps or flip through e-books. Instead, the goal of bending angles of commands, or the right edge of the rolling it forward or backward. Bending in different ways in different commands to start the sensors.

The researchers say, it does all the smart tags, such as the phone enough store of books, music, or make phone calls.

Since the display is much more flexible form of the current mobile device for portable and your pocket with shape, because it senses its format.

"This is the future. All are intended to be displayed and the feel of this, within five years, in accordance with the lead researcher, ' ' Roel Vertegaal.

"You have to interact with the bending it in a mobile phone, the angle of the rotation of pages or write to the pen." In the printers and the users can store and work with documents on these mobile devices is greater than the version on the other hand, say the researchers, or the Smart Start Guide has offices in the future of phones require the invention of paper.

"The Paperless Office is here. All data can be stored digitally and to place these computers in much the same way as at the top of the stack of paper, or throw them around the desk, "says Vertegaal, which is the human Media Lab at the University of Queen's University at Kingston.

Researchers have also developed a wearable computer, which bends around the rannettasi. When you delete it, you can use it to Notepad, says Vertegaal.

"It knows what the format is. It knows it is no longer a connection to the ARM architecture. Now you're using it in Notepad, so change it to Notepad, ' ' the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to purchase him as saying.

Calling the game changing technology, he says, it's five to ten years in the mass market.


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