Bartolomé Borrego Zabala
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The future of flexible displays lies in Laptops… The ‘Flexbook’ concept shows why.
The Flexbook can be traditionally used as a laptop with a 3:2 12.6-inch display, simply by opening it and using one half of the screen, or as a massive Wacom Cintiq-style tablet PC with a neat 4:3 17.8-inch touchscreen. This interchangeability is what makes the Flexbook such a unique laptop, because it can alternate between being a laptop and a tablet, much like the Microsoft Surface, but with the advantage of a massive 17.8 inch screen.
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Philips Fluid Flexible Concept The Philips Fluid Smartphone designed by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata looks like one of those "Slap Wrap" slap bracelets kids used to wear in the 90s. Flexibility is one thing that makes it differ from conventional smart phones. Made of OLED, it can keep all the features of a smart phone available while adding the extra advantage of turning into a bracelet.
The Dyson of Drones
The Bladeless Drone is aptly named for its brilliant design that ditches dangerous blades for air ducts. It features four bladeless “propellers.” The main propeller (easily missed) is positioned in the center and responsible for most of the ducted flow to support take-off and landing. Three other propellers control the direction of the drone. Additionally, each propeller is programmed to work based on the amount of headwind received.
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Nokia FIT. Hands Free is an innovative concept phone designed by Issam Trabelsi. As a new version of hand free device, it just fits on a finger. Crafted from soft silicone and flexible rubber, the phone is waterproof and has basic functions of talking. Notifications (like incoming phone calls or unread text message) will be relayed through vibrations.