New foldable smartphone that can take up a sketchup model and make it 3d printed
A researcher group from Canada has made the world’s first ever foldable smartphone alias PaperFold that can be transformed to a tablet and a notebook through a set of screens and hinges. The users can utilize the individual screen separately or as a solitary system.
The device can be customized as per the requirements of the users. As for example, it’s display can be folded inner to structure a phone as well as size can be folded outward for making the size bigger for reading maps, and it can be transformed to a makeshift laptop along with a keyboard.
This mobile gadget will be very useful for 3d modeling professional as well as sketchup users as it can provide the following benefits:-
This shape-shifting smartphone facilitates the users to bring in three flexible touschscreen displays. The users can straighten three displays and transform view to a Google map that covers all screens.
The users can present the map in Google Earth view by outlining PaperFold into a convex globe.
While positioning PaperFold into the form of a 3D building after viewing a map will take up a Google SketchUp model of the building and change the gadget into an architectural model to be 3D printed.
The developers do not the reveal that when the product will be ready for commercial application.