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One of the chronic issues with mobile multimedia is the screen size - for many people, it's still too small to watch video. A design studio called Inventables is proposing an interesting solution: origami displays.
Their idea for an 'origami cellphone' is essentially a popup display made of 'e-paper' (a full-color flexible display technology being developed by Israeli tech firm Mag-Ink). The display could be folded using origami folding techniques, and then opened and put away automatically at the touch of a button.
Somehow, given backpage's experience with refolding roadmaps, we suspect this is one idea that won't catch on any time soon.

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