The Finns from Nokia shacked hands with Cambridge University and together they have released a conceptual phone which is available for viewing at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Nokia Morph stands to its name. This model can literally morph intro any form one may imagine. You can squeeze it in your hand, convolute it, twist it, or simply modulate it in any form you want, it won’t break, nor damage. Even more it has the capability to clean itself from bacteria, a characteristic that will be implemented to headphones used for cellular.
This product was elaborated for the Design and Elastic Mind Campaign and it is displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York until this year’s the 12th of May. Also, Nokia Morph is at display at the official website of the Finns.
One frustrating part is that it is not available in markets, so you cannot buy it. We cannot say when or if this model will be released for public but we may hold on to our precious hopes. Even if it will charge the markets, its price will be probably higher than our pockets. People who like futuristic designs and stand strongly to a phone’s health are definitely impress by this collaboration.
If available for purchasing, it will incontestably give its users a push in fashion senses. Even it has this futuristic design; it may as well be correlated to any classical aspect of cellphones, thus its physical flexibility gives a high pliability possibility to any user wishes. You could pack it in your pocket, size wouldn’t matter, you could stretch it to its limits or even attach it to your belt.
Cambridge scientists have surely put a lot of perspiration in creating this remarkable design. Their achievement can be viewed behind glass at a museum, so hurry up if you want to see it, time passes as the 12th of May approaches.