Video: Microsoft, Maybe tomorrow? All screen all new touch experience…

| July 2, 2011 | 20 Replies


We received an email from Amid Moradganjeh, a multidisciplinary designer, who shared his thesis project (in collaboration with Microsoft) with us on the future of mobile experience.

Again it’s an all new interaction. The device itself, with that all screen I’ve been craving for such a long time, (yes it’s just a concept but I think it can work beautifully) is one part, the other is the user interface itself which again breaks away from the confinements of traditional phone interfaces.

This one, appears more…natural. It’s just information on the screen. Like on printed paper. Which is another key part of the design as it would use e-ink. Not the ones we know of now but one that would have progressed to the standards expected. It makes the device more inconspicuous, the blending in of technology as it becomes invisible.

These are the kind of design cues Nokia has been stating about the N9. Natural gestures, “. The idea that we stop thinking about technology as being something separate from the rest of our lives. That it just blends in and becomes natural.”

The phone bends, it can interact with another phone and form one display or share experience between devices (such as swiping a map direction), and even things such as hover/camera (see kinect) gestures.

“Rimino concept video represents a future that is envisioned to be more aligned with what we need and want as people instead of our needs and wants being dictated by technology. It also shows how design can be used to introduce behaviors that are less influenced by technology and are more human-like.”

Rimino – A Human Touch on Mobile Experience from Amid Moradganjeh on Vimeo.

A really nice touch on their video demo is 1) The use of Stereophonics :p 2) Their song, “Maybe Tomorrow”.

So…maybe tomorrow, this will find away into our pockets?


Project website:
Video scenario:

Article and the press kit:





Thanks for sharing this with us, Amid.


Category: Concept, Windows Phone

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