Nokia Morph patent application

| March 29, 2012 | 24 Replies

Nokia have apparently submitted another patent application, something that looks like the mythical and legendary Nokia Morph Concept.

The patent application says 2010, a few years later than when we actually saw the Nokia Morph video.

Over the years we’ve been seeing advances in stretchy displays, bio sensors with most recently at Nokia World, getting glimpses of the nanotech that could waterproof devices and flexible, twisty screens. It seemed to signal that Nokia were really working towards making Nokia Morph a reality.

Note: It’s just a patent application. It might very well be a long time until we see something close to a market ready product from Nokia.

More details can be found over at: USPTO


An apparatus comprises a transformable body configured to be elastically stretchable between at least a first configuration and a second configuration, a user input device, a user input device configured to receive user input signal, a communication interface configured to provide a wireless link for the apparatus and a flexible interconnection between at least two components within the transformable body. The apparatus may perform determining of user information based on the user input signal, transmitting at least part of the user information over the wireless link to a remote processing unit, receiving feedback information from the remote processing unit and presenting the feedback information to the user.


Source: USPTO Via Engadget

Thanks Ritesh for the tip.


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