The Morph concept devices from Nokia

Gadgets based on the Morph concept is a connection between most progressive technologies and their potential benefits to user. This device idea showcases some new jumps being investigated by Nokia company in collaboration with the Cambridge Centre of Nanoscience – technologies that will potentially produce a world of radically different gadgets that open up an absolutely new range of possibilities.

Morph concept technologies might create wonderful opportunities for mobile phones and other digital devices:

Flexibility & Dynamic Design

Nanotechnology allows components and materials be transparent, stretchable and flexible. Fibril proteins are woven into a 3D mesh that reinforces thin elastic constructions. Using the same rules behind silk, this elasticity allows the gadget to change forms and shapes.

A folded design would fit freely in a bag and could lend itself ergonomically. An unfolded larger design could display more data, and include input devices such as touch screen or keyboards.

Sensing The Environment conditions

Nanosensors would enable users to investigate the environment conditions around them in totally new ways, from analyzing air pollution, to achievement insight into biochemical processes and traces. New abilities might be as complex as helping to people check conditions in the quality of our environment, or as easy as knowing if the edible growth of plants we are about to enjoy should be washed before we eat it…

Power Sources

Nanotechnology includes out the possibility that the surface of a gadget will become a natural source such as solar power.

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