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Old 05-27-2006, 07:21 AM   #1
Bob Russell
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Yes, I admit it. I'm fascinated by display technologies. And anything that can improve the interface of a pocket-sized gadget. And a folding display is pretty exciting. We recently reported on something called the Origami Cell Phone. Well Inventables seems to want a whole product line from the folding screen concept. Now they have created the Origami DVD player.

But be sure to check out their full set of concept ideas, where you can find rubber umbrellas, mp3 players with magnetic knobs that work outside your pocket through the cloth, and transparent toasters!

Via Tech Blog's Top 10 Strangest Gadgets of the Future.
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