Quoting sureshgupta22It is a realy nice post and i am agree with your ideas..
Thanks, the real idea is AI - the Matrix that is any natural language.
Best of luck,
And, of course, the third dimension is time - our reality (in opposition to written 2D plans)- measured in energy - time is light.
-Serge Devant ft. Emma Hewitt - Take Me With You
2D+time+life (AI - the Matrix) - the model of our world.
-Ian van Dahl Castles in the sky
What I can say - bye, iPhone, it was Newton II - strangely popular and that has gone. Add a cover with a keyboard-touchpad and shine - сell computer. Welcome, my project - prepare for personal advertising screens.
nice idea its perfect :D
Thank you for sharing the great information,you're really a excellent man,it's a huge work to docell computer project ,and i get it,it's very useful for me.
Some interesting info:
Apple Prepare iPhone 6 With two-sided screen?
Do you want a smartphone with a two-sided, transparent display?
A transparent display just fits for the main one of a cell computer. Plus, it's a really personal advertising screen - others watch the ads targeted for you.
Also this one:
Flip phone concept
Really, just to say hi to Tim Cook.
What for, phones and players aside. Any progress? I mean computing - working with a computer when you need it and not carrying on your notebook with you.
I have added some technical notes to the specification of the project.
First of all, I think that as a basis for the whole design the main display of a cell computer supposed to be double-sided, it turns out some kind of transformer solution - phone/computer (which adds the separate keyboard/control center part and pointing device/arrow and functional keys).
Also, I have defined some constructional aspects - The Cell PC has a rugged case (57x121 mm) covered by aluminosilicate glass. The hinge mechanism of the device is using a polymeric optical waveguide for the connection between its displays.
So, I'm supposing that the main display would be as thin as 2-3 mm and the basic part including the second display, processor and battery about 6-7 mm.
Interesting discussion on ZDNet
Is the post-PC industry headed for premature stagnation? by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
I'm for a renovated Wintel platform for mobile devices with a PC *hardware* paradigm as of a notebook - display-keyboard/touchpad.
I'd like to share a couple of links from today's news -
Intel's Future Lies In Infineon Wireless' Hands by Ashraf Eassa
Intel's Aicha Evans Talks Wireless and Answers Your Questions by Anand Lal Shimpi
Intel 4th Gen Core vPro Ultrabook Built for Business
It would be really great if the cell computer had the same range of swivels.
Snap! & Paduraru - Exterminate vs Masterpiece (DJ River MashUp)
Curved Smartphones: Samsung to Release Curved Phone "Galaxy Round" on October 10
I like this trend. It's just 0.12 mm thick (link in Russian, ETNews in Korean) and I guess that this type of OLED displays can be made double-sided and combined with 0.5 mm aluminosilicate glass (Xensation by Schott company) would result in a great transparent cover-main display for a cell computer (with the addition of touch-sensitive layers for both surfaces of the display).
And as an implementation of the above idea of a double-sided display:
Samsung SM-W2014 with dual 3.67-inch displays, Snapdragon 800 processor surfaces
Samsung SM-W2014 flip phone tipped to launch in China
So, we have a framework for the development of a cell computer.
This time about gaming devices that use smartphones as their displays (some kind of new versions of Sony Xperia Play - PSP Phone).
iPhone Game Controller by Logitech
Wireless controller for smartphones Defender Mobile Master
In the case of a cell computer these add-ons are built-in as F1-F8 keys and a central ring. And, the second display as a control center is a plus for UI's capabilities.
Also, interesting that the discussion in this thread was started in 2006 with my answer to Intel's Lester Memmott where I used Nintendo DS as an example of an implemented dual-display solution for a mobile device. And, actually, again, the conversation is about the implementation of a PC paradigm for a mobile device, no matter you are using it for entertainment (which is also a key priority 'cos media industry is the main source for gaining profits now on a consumers' level) or for corporate business.
The current technologies of slim energy-efficient displays and powerful compact batteries are full ready for the implementation of a cell computer platform. My goal in this project is the next generation of computers. As well as Apple's (aka Apple Computer) or Samsung's ones. The next level of user experience.
And I guess that Microsoft as a new owner of Nokia and key player in game industry could join this trend and offer some solution in combining gamepads with smartphones. The consumers demand is available. PCs history approves that.
Just some thoughts on the current state of affairs in the mobile market. The part I of the year's announcements is already completed. I mean Samsung's products presented at MWC 2014. There's a tendency now to strive for the future solution that is an optimal balance between a smartphone and tablet and possibly here's one important detail in the UI of this upcoming device - stylus, like for Note's line of tablets. That's for sure a useful thing. What we get by using it is the accuracy of UI's response when you are interactng with its graphical objects. And you know that when it comes to PCs we are using a cursor instead of the stylus. Controlled by mouse or touchpad (*).
That's a simple idea of a cell computer - a mobile device using a cursor for the interaction with a display. On your palm.
* Touchpad is a circle. For example, OK is F5's spot area, F2 - context menu (Copy, Paste etc), F1 - Tab, F3 - Cancel, F4 - left, F7 - right, F6 - up, F8 - down
I just want to share the info about the phone which design I really like:
Sharp 304SH comes with 5.2" 1080p screen, ultra slim bezels - GSM Arena
Material Design by Matias Duarte and Alex Faaborg:
How Google designed Android L - The Verge
Now I'm an artist.) - I need a document window there and without constraints - that's a computer. Not putting anything on the documents and controling this window with a cursor and a touchscreen keyboard. Material things. Everything is on the right places.
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hands-on by The Verge
I really wonder if that ID sensor has multitouch capabilities could it control a cursor in a document window like a touchpad? That's the goal of Cell Computer Project - a mobile device that works like a computer - and its motto is "an ultrabook on your palm". Any iPhone 6 users there?
LG roadmap promises bending, foldable, rollable screens by GSMArena
BTW, my page on Behance network (it's a social platform for creative projects) - in the fields of Industrial Design, Interaction Design, UI/UX -
Samsung will make a foldable smartphone display in 2015 by GSMArena
How's the progress of this project cell computer ?
Going on well, thanks. I really hope on collective efforts of the creative crowd on Behance.net now. *Intel and Microsoft* also would help as well as for their own advancements on the mobile market. They have all the resourses for this move. And actually, there would be a plan to construct a thin double-sided display as a main display of the cell computer. A thin 1-2 mm package of (sapphire) glass and P-OLEDs. The result is a transformer "phone-and-computer". And no need to bend, "edge" or fold the displays as for LG and Samsung are doing at the moment.
I'm glad to let you know that recently I have registered in Linkedin and the link to the profile is following:
Join my network if you want to participate in Cell Computer Project.
Microsoft's new Windows 10 Universal App Platform: A 'superset of WinRT' by Mary Jo Foley
A first look at the Windows 10 universal app platform by Kevin Gallo (also video on Channel 9)
This is a very important step for the implementation of the cell computer project which development strategy is originally intended for connected user interfaces. Its design combines the cursor control for the main screen (working as a document window) and touchscreen UI for the second screen.
Developing Games for Windows 10 by Don Box and Chris Tector
Gaming Consumer Experience on Windows 10 by Bill Schiefelbein
To be continued in AR Computer Project.