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Kinetic powered folding mobile phone?

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Everyday, a technological gadget is being released on the market. Kyocera recently launched a kinetic energy-powered phone that is capable of folding up like a wallet. Designed by industrial designer …
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Everyday, a technological gadget is being released on the market. Kyocera recently launched a kinetic energy-powered phone that is capable of folding up like a wallet. Designed by industrial designer Susan McKinney, the EOS phone consists of a soft, semi-rigid polymer skin surrounding a flexible low-energy OLED display. notes by Ariel Schwartz from Inhabitant.

PS: This concept phone was announced in April 2009.
kippy Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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"Charting the future of cell phone technology, Kyocera recently unveiled a kinetic energy-powered phone that is capable of folding up like a wallet. Designed by industrial designer Susan McKinney, the EOS phone consists of a soft, semi-rigid polymer skin surrounding a flexible low-energy OLED display. Shape memory allows the phone’s keys to pop up when in use and blend in with the surface during downtime.

The Kyocera EOS can be used in its folded-up shape for simple phone calls, unfolds to reveal a wide screen, and we were excited to hear that the it derives its energy from human interaction. The more you use the phone, the more kinetic energy is turned into an electric charge through an array of tiny piezoelectric generators. In other words, you’ll never have to worry about leaving the house with a semi-charged cell phone again.

The EOS is still in the early design stage, but Kyocera teams in San Diego and Bangalore hope to integrate concepts from the device into cell phone lineups in the near future. Maybe future versions of the EOS will follow Samsung and LG’s lead and use solar power in addition to kinetic energy."

would be interesting to see if this becomes a reality ... bladeless fans, folding phones ... lol
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how are your "legs" lol
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lol raptor. if only i had wings then i wont need legs ...

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