Mozilla is showing its concept phone which combines a number of emerging technologies to add a new dimension to the Android operating system. It includes a Bluetooth earpiece, which integrates an IR sensor so you can wave it around and pan around on the phone just by moving the Bluetooth earpiece, a neat way to navigate the phone’s UI. Another thing that the phone incorporates is dual pico projectors. One pico projector will display the phone’s screen on a wall, to create a larger viewing screen, and the other pico projector can project out a keyboard onto a flat surface for users to type on. Or, place the phone on a flat surface and the two projectors can split up the keyboard onto either side of the phone for an even larger keyboard. You can learn more about the Seabird concept from Mozilla.
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