PaperPhones Concept Uses Flexible E-Ink Display

by Johan on May 4, 2011

PaperPhones Concept Uses Flexible E-Ink Display

Dr. Vertegaal will introduce the PaperPhone smartphone prototype at the upcoming Association of Computing Machinery Computer Human Interaction 2011 conference in Vancouver. It is a flexible phone, which is made of a 9.5cm diagonal thin flexible E-Ink display. The flexible form of the display makes it much more portable that any current mobile computer. Watch a video demonstration of the PaperPhone prototype after the jump.

[Nanowerk]

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