• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Nokia gem
 

Nokia gem

on

  • 688 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
688
Views on SlideShare
688
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft Word

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Nokia gem Nokia gem Document Transcript

    • NOKIA GEMABSTRACT This design is unique, where the whole body is the touch screen. Not just any hptouchscreen.No more casing that covers or protects the phone. So to say that body also serves asa "screen" or "display―.Nokia’s been at it again with the crazy concepts, revealing the GEM — aphone that’s wrapped entirely in one continuous array of touchscreens. You’ll never be able tostop wiping fingerprints off it. ―It’s called GEM because polished precious stones have several sides. Also it’s a conceptwhich is like a raw gem, but it needs to be polished to become a real product.‖1.1. EXISTING SYSTEM Touch screen is a concept that provides an interaction to the user with the mobile, todirectly manipulate the applications of the mobile that are once done through the keypad.Whichis the leading technology at present gadgets.1.2. PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY A mobile phone concept that looks unique and futuristic has revealed by Nokia and it isNokia Gem.The touch screen on the Nokia Gem can be operated flexible around the phone body.Accessing an application can be done easily on the entire screen, not just limited to the front ofthe screen. You can see the above specified technology of touch screen to entire body in the belowfigure 1
    • 2.1.INTRODUCTION ESPOO, Finland – Launched on the 25th anniversary of the Nokia Research Center, theGEM device changes appearance from camera to phone or map according to the functionselected by the user. It could even display advertising messages on the back of the phone. The back and front are also interactive, making it possible to pinch and zoom the rear ofthe phone while getting a constant clear view of the image on the front. Or you could have the same image at differing zoom factors on either side of the phone,allowing you to flip between a detailed map view and large-scale area, for example. Senior Design Manager JarkkoSaunamäki, who led the team which invented GEM,yesterday told Nokia Conversations: ―Now, when you launch an application like the camera,your mobile phone still looks like a mobile phone, but with GEM, when you launch the cameraapplication, the whole phone looks like a camera. You can have one image wrapped around the whole device or one on each side, asdemonstrated in the stylish video animation when the woman user photographs some wallpaperand adopts it as the design for her phone casing.2.2. DESIGN In terms of design, my big take way from the vedio is simplicity. The clean, clear designis both practical for productivity and gorgeous to look at. one of the emerging technologies used in this concept are bi-stable displays that do notconsume power if the content is not changing. This means the phone has a seamless display thatencompasses the phone all over. The video below explains how digital personalization andmultitasking can be achieved by using all sides of the phone. And like the designers put it, ―It can also look like a traditional mobile phone, having thesides decorative or functional with the application of choice. Although it functions like one big, giant touchscreen, the GEM recognizes and activatesonly the sides you want to use. 2
    • "In terms of technology, I think the main takeaway is that these smart devices are onlygoing to get smarter and more integrated in to our lives‖. "Leaving the philosophical conversations of privacy and dependency for another day, thefuture is going to provide some amazing technology that is going to make our lives easier and letus stay more focused on what is important to us.2.3. IMPLEMENTATION Nokia Research loves its concept phones – the flexible Kinetic concept was one of ourfavorite things at Nokia World last month – and for the team’s 25th anniversary they’veproduced this, the Nokia GEM. Built around the idea of the entire phone’s surface being a touch-sensitive display – front, sides and back – GEM learns from your most common tasks and adaptsits default appearance to suit, so if you play games most of the time the phone will usually looklike a gamepad. However, there’s also the possibility of resizable QWERTY and numeric keypads, whichcan be pushed – along with the ongoing IM conversation – around to the back of the phone whileyou look up details on the front. The flared upper edges work as an app carousel, shuffled aroundwith a thumb and then dragged to the main display to launch them, and everything is resizable. Because so much of the body is given over to screen, when you run an app – say,triggering the camera with a circle gesture shortcut – the whole phone can adapt its appearance tosuit. Alternatively, as in Nokia’s non-functional mockup shown in these photos, you could havebrowser favorites circling the edges and media playback controls on the top. Nokia is also thinking about potential subsidy alternatives, for instance showing geo-specific adverts on the back of the GEM while you’re on a call (and presumably not using therear display). ―It’s called GEM because polished precious stones have several sides‖ project leadJarkkoSaunamäki says. ‖Also it’s a concept which is like a raw gem, but it needs to be polishedto become a real product.‖ 3
    • Any real product is likely a fair way off in the future, however, given the complexflexible display technology required to clad an entire phone in touchscreens. Still, we wouldn’targue with seeing some of the UI in the GEM implemented in future Nokia handsets. It is a concept which is like a raw gem, and needs to be polished to make a real product.Here are some of the top-drawer imaginations by Nokia. 4
    • 2.4. FEATURES  Nokia want the user can interact with the entire body of Nokia Gem.  The back and front are also interactive.  Our mobile phone still looks like a mobile phone, but GEM want to contradict it.  ―Now, when you launch an application like the camera, your mobile phone still looks like a mobile phone.  But with GEM, when you launch the camera application, the whole phone looks like a camera," said Senior Design Manager JarkkoSaunamäki, who led the team, which invented GEM. 5
    • 3. THE CURRENT IDEA OF ACTIVITIES3.1. INTRODUCTION Clearly a gem of an idea in every possible way, the Nokia Gem concept phone is thelatest to emerge from the company’s quarters. The Finnish manufacturer aims to make the entirehandset full-touch not only from the front but also from the back and the handset is just aprototype of what it may have in store for smartphone users of the future. Apparently, the NokiaGem will adorn the look of the function that is being indulged in by users. Say it’s in the cameramode, then the handset will take on the appearance of a camera. And just in case a map is beingreferred to for directions, the entire device will look like a map with the ability to display adetailed view or a large scale area on each side of the mobile phone. Imagine that a smart phone starts changing appearance from phone to a camera or map or any other thing, based on functions selected by a user. Undoubtedly, we have never imagined like this ever before. But Nokia has dared to think in such a creative way. The company, of late, has released a new phone concept - GEM - which has potential torevolutionise the mobile design by turning the entire handset into a touchscreen.3.2. INTERACTION ON BACKUsers could have the option of carrying advertising on the back of the phone while making calls,in return for a discount on bills. 6
    • 3.3. SHARING FILESIt is the new way Nokia envisages to share media files. It looks like pouring files from onedevice to another device.3.4. IMAGES Users could have the same image at differing zoom factors on either side of the phone,thereby allowing them to flip between a detailed map view and large-scale area, for example. 7
    • Users could also have one image wrapped around the whole device or one on each side.It’s the ultimate customisable device. Interactive back and front to make it possible to pinch and zoom the rear of the phonewhile getting a constant clear view of the image on the front. 8
    • 3.4. DEFAULT APPEARANCE There is no default appearance. If users play a lot of games it will usually resemble agamepad.3.5. 3D-IMAGES The phone could also display 3D images allowing viewing from all angles. 9
    • 3.6. VIRTUAL BUTTONSThe phone could have virtual buttons and logos all around it, just like a browser’s favorites bar. 4.APPLICATIONS  It provides different zoom factors.  Carrying advertisements.  3D imaging.  Interaction with other device.  Virtual buttons and logos.  Wrapping images  Sharing files in easy and interesting way 10
    • 4. CONCLUSION The most innovative feature of this mobile is providing touch screen to entirebody of the mobile with interaction between all sides of the phone and changingappearance. It is called GEM because it has several sides like polished precious stones. 11
    • 6. REFERENCES1. www.nokia.com/2. research.nokia.com › VideosThis is the new Nokia GEM concept device. What if*every* part of your next phone was a touchscreen? Launched to coincide with the 25thAnniversary of Nokia ...3. conversations.nokia.com/.../nokia-gem-what-sort-of-ph... - United States10 Nov2011 – Nokia releases a new phone concept - GEM - which revolutionizes mobile designby turning the entire handset into a touchscreen, as our video ... 4. www.hindustantimes.com/.../Nokia-GEM-phone.../Article1-767754.a...11 Nov 2011 – Connected devices with huge 4" and bigger displays might be all the rage in todays smartphone market but Nokia Research is going one step ... 5. bnlive.in.com/photogallery/5231.htmlImagine that a smartphone starts changing appearance from phone to a camera or map or any other thing, based on functions selected by a user. Undoubtedly ... 6. www.ubergizmo.com/2011/11/nokia-gem-concept-phone/10 Nov 2011 – When Nokia isnt busy refining or making real phones, it looks like the company spends a lot of time working on futuristic and advanced concept ... 7. www.phonearena.com/.../Nokia-Gem-is-100-touchscreen-and-100-c...11 Nov 2011 – Nokia thinks that the natural progression from touchscreen is touchphone, or screenphone, or touchscreenphone - 100% touchscreen. 12