Mobile Encyclopedia an Amazing Concept

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Let's digress for a while and forget about the ongoing flat-rate price declared hostilities and that latest buzz about Sprint's rumored move of undercutting other players with its $60 monthly unlimited plan.

Instead, hap in the world of infinite possibilities the convergence of mobility and digital world has to offer. A truly marvellous futuristic concept is this ultra-thin translucent slide from PetitInvention:

This is what I wish the internet search desire exist able to do with a mobile resource in the NEAR denoting futurity. Touch screen, built in camera, scanner, WiFi, google map (hopefully google earth), google search, image search… entirely in one device. Like this way, when you can see a building through it, it gives you the image search result right steady the spot.

Far from reality? Well, maybe. But the underlying technologies are on the way. Remember Magitti? The software that automatically recommends information about “local area” activities.

There's also the character-recognition and text-to-speech software powering the Nokia N82 for the visually impaired. Moreover, its design is heavily influenced by Amazon Kindle similar to well as its wireless features. Not to mention the power of QR codes.

I hope to see more brilliant scope concepts in the future. More photos…

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