Naturally, a mobile phone must succeed in providing functional calling and messaging services, but the Space3 smartphone concept goes beyond this specification to upgrade the quality of the handset's navigation system. Many people wonder how they found their way around without a GPS-integrated device, though it's for certain that your capacity to keep informed about your location would improve drastically still with this innovative project by Kok Keong Wong and Wenhing Chu.
This unique cellphone comprises a primary mother screen and a lens screen. The two operate clearly and efficiently as one, but when it comes to plotting your position, your destination and the street directions in between, the Space3 smartphone can split into two windows. Creating a virtual map between the pair of panes, the gadget provides the user with a great deal more detail, visual information and an intuitive means of interaction.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 21, 2011 • References: yankodesign