The Magic Stone Phone

What do you want? The perfect phone. How do you get it? Magic! It’s the “Magic Stone” telephone. It’s any shape you want it, it’s any color you want it. Within reason, cripes! You order the phone up, it’s sent you you in the mail, and wah-la! There you have it! Also it’s got not only a touch-screen, a holographic display, constant internet access, storage space, games, and it’s charged wirelessly or by sunlight, intercepted by it’s outer case. Enough?

“Absolutely any shape” is what you can accomplish with this phone, as well as any color, patterning, pictures, etc. for the case. This case is also covered with a “nano material” converting the sunlight into the energy your phone needs to function. The phone can also be charged wirelessly with electromagnetic fields.

Sound alright so far?

The big screen is a holograph projector (ala Star Wars) created by a series of lasers. The lasers can read motion within their field, allowing additional functionality. This is what we call “going there” so that one day, others may “go there” – not just in concept, but irl.

Designer: Aleksandr Mukomelov

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  • Confucius says:

    But its not invisible?

    • DoubleD says:

      Yeah seriously… if you want a projector in your phone, it’s best to have a separate device like I’ve got with the AAXA P1 pico projector:

      Yeah it’s not “holographic”, but at least you don’t have to catch a leprechaun to get one!

  • Izaak Mohling says:

    Looks cool, but I doubt we’ll have this kind of technology in the next 20 years

    • trobs says:

      We already have this kind of technology, just not readily available to the general public. The better question is when will it be available to the public at a reasonable non-astronomical price.

      • Hannah says:

        o okay! maybe that’s y i didn’t know about it 🙂 i’m not part of all that science-y stuff

  • M.S.W. says:

    Replace the Holographic projector with a regular projector and this product is entirely doable.

    • Hannah says:

      how could you tap things like the holographic projector with a regular one without an ActivBoard or a Smart Board? I may just not be smart enough, so excuse my immaturity.

  • Carl says:

    it could work i think?

  • Paul says:

    This is a revolutionary approach!
    Industrial rapid prototyping indeed in the near future may allow any configuration and color of the shell for an individual order.

  • Hannah says:

    this sounds amazing, but how sturdy is it for daily life? do we have the technology to build this kind of thing?

  • keekstar says:

    Something that may be related….

  • AlienzExist says:

    Awesome idea, I’d like to see more of the phone’s interface, like what images the stone can make inside it. That’s what drew me to this post.

  • Michael says:

    Not sure why phone would need to be able to change shape if it had a holographic interface…

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