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Fennec mobile, bottle drive and other design wonders of NEC
Historically, as a rule, new technological delights dictate the form of their implementation into specific products, and not vice versa. However, when the technology is more or less worked out, the opposite effect can also happen: a successful design find for the sake of its implementation can encourage the creation of new designs and even technologies. You don’t have to go far for examples, everyone can remember a lot of such cases, but the first thing that came to my mind was the design of Apple iMac computers in the form of a table lamp.
Something similar is currently being done in the design laboratory of NEC. We are talking about the development of revolutionary unusual concepts, for the implementation of which technologies are subsequently selected. Of course, similar laboratories are available in most large companies with a similar market orientation, however, the success of NEC designers deserves a separate story.
Most impressive is the appearance of a new flexible concept mobile phone called Tag (I would translate it as “stripe”, “ribbon”, although I suspect, in accordance with current slang, it would be more appropriate to translate as “fennec”).
Flexible Tag communicator can be wound around the arm, hung around the neck or belt and so on. The material of the phone case and its buttons are made of special plastic with the “memory” of the last bend.
Another unusual thing is a virtual image storage device with a very apt name Flacon. The device is equipped with an inorganic EL display, through which, according to a program previously compiled by the user, images are displayed. Tired of admiring alone? The built-in projector will allow you to view pictures on a large screen.
The top of the whimsical imagination of the designers was the edible radio frequency chip candy Gumi, which contains the rights to use audio / video content. When such candy is connected to the player module, it becomes possible to listen to music broadcast over the home wireless network, when you install the Gumi in a docking station with a connected display, you can watch the broadcast video clips, then you can simply eat the chip. The company believes that it will make sense to sell Gumi chips in packages, similar to candy. NEC also believes that demand will also be for “clean” chips that can be used as storage media.
How do you like the idea of embedding something like a camera into a wrist bracelet, with
the possibility of subsequent viewing of the received pictures directly in the bracelet? The concept, called Wacca, was developed at NEC. I don’t know what the applied sense of this trifle is, but beautiful and original. 🙂
P-ISM ? personal communicator in the form of a ballpoint pen. Includes: cell phone with support for handwriting and Internet access, virtual keyboard, mini projector, scanner, personal identifier.
Nave – 360-degree video communicator. For cell phones with video sharing function, i.e. video phones. All over the screen – your respondents, in the center of the screen – a miniature wide-angle digital video camera.