Water in my phone

Van Mensvoort
July 16th 2008

water in my phone
Water inside your phone used to be rather devastating, but with the NEC FOMA N702iS (only in Japan), designed by Oki Sato, it is turned into a joy. Watch the faked fluid move on the screen as the phone moves. The water level drops as your battery level go down. Next we could use the motion sensor to simulate the classical pocket ball game on our mobile devices?

Via Mobiface. See also Tribal Communication Technology.

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