The Light Flash 2014 mobile phone concept by designer Peter Zsolt Koren is not really a flash light as the name might suggest, it actually incorporates an interactive projector right inside the phone.
And by interactive we mean not only project images and videos onto surfaces and people, but also detect finger gestures (ala Minority Report.)
As we'd expect from a futuristic phone, it is slim, sleek, buttonless with a touchscreen color e-ink display, wireless charging, camera, and menu navigation via vertical and horizontal flicks.
The 3 inch touchscreen can be used like a touchpad to manipulate the projected images. The phone also supports overlaying an interface over snapped pictures - so you can spice up your interactive graphic presentations, put yourself in a game, movie or even porn.
If you do not want to wait for 2014, here is what you get in 2010:
1. Interactive Projector Phones - The incorporation of interactive projectors in mobile phones presents opportunities for immersive and dynamic user experiences.
2. Buttonless Touchscreen Phones - The shift towards buttonless smartphones with touchscreen displays offers improved aesthetics and enhanced user interfaces.
3. Wireless Charging Technology - The integration of wireless charging in mobile phones eliminates the need for traditional charging cables, providing convenience and flexibility for users.
1. Telecommunications - The telecommunications industry can explore the development of smartphones with built-in interactive projectors and buttonless touchscreens to meet the demands of tech-savvy consumers.
2. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry can capitalize on the growing trend of wireless charging technology by incorporating this feature into their product offerings.
3. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can leverage interactive projector phones to create unique and immersive experiences for gaming, movies, and presentations.