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These are able to connect to the web bringing a new array of functions and possibilities. We are substituting our cell phones for PDA (personal digital assistant) devices. This is the way in which different functions become available in one device. The form of this PDA responds to the way in which we normally hold a phone and a camera. This has shifted the way in which we design products, now, more frequently, the shape of the object doesn’t respond to its function, becoming a black-box, that enables the interaction through its on-screen interface. This example demonstrates an alternative to the black-box that enriches the semiotic communication of the object. The form has a slight shift in its line that allows for a semiotic recognition of a phone, allowing us to hold it as a phone or as a camera.
Combining the capabilities of many top-selling iPhone accessories into a single device, the iFusion utilizes Bluetooth technology to extend a traditional telephone handset and hands-free speakerphone with amazing voice clarity to the iPhone to meet the demanding requirements of today’s home and business consumer. The first integrated communications docking station for iPhone. The patented design of the phone dock allows any iPhone model (with most of the protection rubber skin) to be plugged on. Music can be played through the internal speaker of the phone or through the audio output. The iPhone can be synchronized and charged. You can install the Altigen iPhone application to get the full iFusion Professional Network experience.
The device features two integrated high quality MEMS microphones that are designed to capture specific sounds like a fire alarm, or someone calling out from a distance, or the doorbell and transfer them into a visual pattern onto the display as blinking lights and pictograms. The Communicaid Visual Sound Station is a small portable device intended mainly for indoor use, allowing the hearing impaired to recognize sounds. The second concept from the series is a pair of glasses that can capture sounds and bring them to the wearer’s attention via blinking LEDs in a hair band style device. The device is intended for use during outdoor activates like jogging, commuting, shopping, etc. Intended for outdoor use, where a bulky sound station cannot be carried around, the Communicaid Glasses allow deaf people to become more aware of warning sounds and traffic on the street.
The concept device has shown a very idealistic way of Graphical communication. Complexities were reduced by a dual screen and gesture actions. It also helped users to communicate with their experiences either through digital or print medium.