As you can see in the picture, the future of smartphones begins to unfold. Tablets, phones and everyday devices in a transparent pattern. A scene of the Future.
Polytron corporation has managed to create an -almost- transparent smartphone where only the memory card and the batteries are still visible.
The technology used in this invention is called ''Smart Glass'' and turns the phone transparent once activated. The device cannot still perform calls since it is in an experiemental level but the company continues the project making it more possible every day.
In the end, this device is the first step to a -controversial by many- technology that many companies experiement on. It may seem a great breakthrough and a top selling device in theory but lets consider the practical application: Beyond te fact that this technology is located many years into the future, it still promotes an invisible phone. How practical would an invisible phone be? Will the user be able to control the level of transparency? Also, what happens if it falls (fragility)? Does it support maintenance? Once these questions are answered, we will be able to form a better opinion about this -unquestionably- noteable creation.
Below you can find a video presentation of the transparent device: