Computers keep getting smaller and smaller these days. But pushing the limits to this is the brilliant designer team of Elodie Delassus, Pradeep Kamath, Rucha Shinde, Taha Poonawala, and Asher Kandelar. They hope to shrink the computer to the size of a wristband!
It is supposed to be wearable, stylish and equipped with ecological power source and holographic display. This ofcourse is in addition to its ability to connect to the net anytime and anywhere.
Called HOLO 2.0, the project if successful, will give you the computer of the future. Let me tell you how the computer is supposed to function. It will make use of kinetically chargeable battery in which, the source of power comes from the kinetic energy that is generated due to the movements of your hands. An interactive holographic display connects the user to the device.
The teeny weeny computer will also be able to change into a desktop (though there wont be any need for that). The device will have a docking station to emit a larger holographic display that will be used as a desktop display whenever it is required at home or in office. The plus point of this gadget will obviously be its small size that will be around 140mm ( in length), 20mm (in width), 2.5mm- 10mm (varied thickness). Despite its size, it will function as a laptop, hopefully having all its features.