Devin Coakley's LifeLine Creates Intangible Texting

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Sep 6, 2009 • References: coroflot & coroflot
The LifeLine, designed by Devin Coakley, is a concept aimed for those looking for the next generation in handheld communication devices. When a button is pressed, the text is futuristically displayed on the user's fingers in infrared lighting.

The LifeLine shows the received message on the index finger (hopefully none of your friends send messages that approach the Twitter limit), and the keypad is displayed on the middle, ring and pinky fingers. To type, all you have to do is touch your fingers. Stats for Space Age Palm Projectors Trending: Older & Mild
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