Flexible 'paperphone' created

paperphoneA thin-film feature phone capable of bending–developed by the Human Media Lab at Canada’s Queen’s University. Its flexible E-Ink display is 9.5-cm (3.74-inch), with a flexible printed circuit incorporating resistive bend sensors underneath. You can also use a built-in Wacom tablet and draw on its screen. Perfect for younger users and in rough service settings. But will it be powered by ‘dirt’? Gizmag