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Nokia morph is a joint technology concept, developed by Nokia Research Center(NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) nano science center.

Nokia morph is a joint technology concept, developed by Nokia Research Center(NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) nano science center.

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  • NOKIA MORPH TECHNOLOGY Presented by : Rashmi Pandey
  • CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION • CONCEPT OF NOKIA MORPH • NANOTECHNOLOGY IN NOKIA MORPH • VARIOUS NANOTECHNOLOGIES IN NOKIA MORPH • FEATURES • FUTURE SCOPE • CONCLUSION • REFERENCES
  • INTRODUCTION • MORPH……? the word morph means..? • Nokia had introduced a concept that demonstrates how future mobile devices might be stretchable and flexible, allowing the user to transform their mobile device into radically different shapes.”
  • (Continue….) o Nokia morph is a joint technology concept, developed by Nokia Research Center(NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) nano science center. o In 24th februrary,2008 NRC and UK had introduced concept of nokia morph to the global world at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
  • CONCEPT OF NOKIA MORPH o Nokia Morph is a concept that demonstrates how future mobile devices might be stretchable and flexible. o Nanotechnology that might be capable of delivering ultimate functionality i.e. flexible materials, transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces.
  • NANOTECHNOLOGY o DEFINITION: “Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular(nano) scale.” o 2 APPROACHES: 1. Top down 2. Bottom up
  • (Continue….) • Nanostructure surfaces, such as “Nano flowers” naturally repel water, dirt, and even fingerprints utilizing effects also seen in natural systems. (FIG. NANO FLOWERS)
  • VARIOUS NANOTECHNOLOGIES… 1. NANO-ENABLED ENERGY • “Nano grass” structures that harvest solar power. (FIG. NANO GRASS)
  • o Enhanced energy harvested and stored using below materials: 1.Enhanced energy density batteries. 2. Super capacitors. 3. Nano wire solar cell. 4. Energy harvesting from RF using wideband of antennas.
  • 2. SENSING SURFACES o Nano sensors are used to examine the environment around them in completely new ways, from analyzing air pollution. (FIG. NANO SENSORS)
  • 3. STRETCHABLE ELECTRONICS • The nanoscale structure of the electronics enables stretching. Nanoscale internal structures controls the elasticity.. (FIG. STREATCHABLE AREA IN SPIDER SILK) NANOSCALE FIBRES
  • FEATURES 1.FLEXIBLE AND CHANGING DESIGN (FIG. NOKIA MORPH IN OPEN MODE)
  • (FIG. NOKIA MORPH IN FOLDED MODE)
  • (FIG. NOKIA MORPH IN WRIST MODE)
  • 2. SELF CLEANING o Nanostructure surface known as nano-flowers that naturally repel water, dirt and even finger- prints is used here. (FIG. NANO FLOWER ZOOM SNAP)
  • 3. ADVANCE POWER SOURCES (FIG. NANO GRASS ZOOM SNAP)
  • 4. TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS o The whole electronic circuit inside NOKIA morph is entirely transparent. o Nanoscale electronics becomes invisible to the human eye. (FIG. NANO SCALE ELECTRONICS ZOOM SNAP)
  • 5. HAPTIC SURFACE • Buttons on the device surface are real 3D forms. (FIG. BUTTON IN 3D ZOOM SNAP)
  • 6. WEARABLE DEVICE o The device would be so flexible that it can be bend into a wrist watch, so it can be worn around the wrist . (FIG. NOKIA MORPH IN WRIST MODE ZOOM SNAP)
  • 7. RECYCLING o Utilization of biodegradable materials might make production and recycling of devices easier and ecologically friendly. (FIG. RECLYCLING LOGO OF NOKIA )
  • FUTURE SCOPE • The shapes could be made much simpler like in Ring shape • Morph in open mode could act as a keyboard for PC’s.
  • CONCLUSION
  • DEMO OF NOKIA MORPH
  • REFERENCES • BOOKS Introduction to Nanotechnology, Charles P. Poole & F.J. Owens, Understanding Nanotechnology, Scientific American, Nanoscale Science and Technology, Robert Kensal, Ian Hamley & Mark Geoghegan Introduction to Nanotechnology, Charles P. Poole & F.J. Owens • JOURNALS Press release of nokia (March 2008), Nokia Technology Insights series (December 2008) • INTERNET Cambridge Nano science Centre, University of Cambridge: www.nanoscience.cam.ac.uk Nokia Research Center— Nano Sciences : research.nokia.com/projects/nanosciences
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