LG Touch concept just won the Grand Prize of “LG Mobile Design Competition 2012”. The winning design is the project of talented Italian industrial designer, Andrea Ponti. You’ve probably seen his works that we featured several times at Tuvie such as Traccia pen-like mobile phone or AG++ metal case. The idea behind LG Touch cell phone concept came from the understanding of universal design, a challenging task to design an object that would fit all users perfectly yet feels custom made and flexible enough for each individual.
LG Touch boasts innovative technology with its raised touch screen that can morphs in 3D, this can happen by utilizing micro-shock waves running through a polymer membrane. It provides tactile feedback which also helps impaired vision users to interact with their smart phones, elderly users would find it easier to type, and everyone will get the benefit from the level of interaction and dual feedback (visual and tactile). The main point of this phone design is interaction and ergonomic rather than style.
Designer : Andrea Ponti
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