In-Touch might have evolved three years back in spring 2005 but nonetheless this innovation is relevant even today in spite of technology changing rapidly with every day bringing a new technological surprise. In Samsung’s Global Sponsored Project in 2005 Christina Droira, Lindsey Pickett and Molly Vivian of the University of Cincinnati produced a unique design for the Samsung cell phone.
The design inspired by NASA’s sub-vocal speech detector technology used by astronauts to communicate in space is intended for young people who are busy but the current PDAs or smartphones do not meet their demands. In-Touch is a communication device that consists of a phone, an earpiece and a neckpiece that helps the users to communicate as they are engaged in their daily work whether working in the office, shopping, relaxing in the club or cooking in the kitchen and even while bathing.
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