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June 2nd, 2009

Handphone | an unusual future phone

Abstract:
The Handphone was designed for my personal portfolio. You know, if you want to have space in the industrial design market, you need to impress prospective clients with new ideas. Inspiration is always hard to explain. It came naturally to me. I always thought that the gesture we make every time we ask our friends to call us could be used to design a phone. I was thinking of a phone that could be used and looked like a watch. The Handphone is just a bridge to the future cell phones, when, thanks to nanotechnology, all the elements of the phone will be a customized on a thin and flexible strip on the skin, like a plaster, and it will use the body heat as energy.

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