For BlackBerry will make the "sympathy" smartphone
American designers Kiki Tang and Daniel Yun introduced the concept of a smartphone BlackBerry Empathy ("Empathy"), which determines the mood of its owner, writes design blog Yanko Design. Concept was created in the competition held manufacturer of BlackBerry - the Canadian company RIM.
Person's mood will be determined by using the bundled with your smartphone biometric ring which will need to be the owner of Empathy.It reads the heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and intensity of skin secretions. Based on this information, contact picture in the address book will surround the two rings of color: an inner will show a person's mood during the previous measurement, and external - how he feels at the moment.
View the history of mood altering your friends with this device, as well as find out how people reacted to a particular call or message, it will be a special chart. According to the authors, this system helps the unit automatically displays the device contact friends, communicate with which is better suited to his current emotional state.
The creators of the communicator said that they wanted to bring "real human spirit in the sphere of social networks and make real communication the most enjoyable and effective. It is planned that the system will integrate with the famous sotsseti Facebook and MySpace. It is noted that the body of the communicator will be asymmetric. On the external panel will be located touch screen, and on the back - the screen and the QWERTY-keyboard. In real time, not famous for RIM plans to launch the model in the making. That's because little by little, to quietly communicators and phones go to the new level of development. And perhaps in the future, they will not really just "feel" the proper owner, and give him what is useful advice, guidance and instructions to "imagine you are angry compress the device, but he" or she, as you like "you so dearly: "Honey, do not worry, you hand over the exam, and you've been in my brain!" Cool, right?