While this prototype wristwatch cell phone has been announced for quite a while now, this is the first picture that we at Wrist have seen. Developed by Japanese telecom NTT DoCoMo, it uses bones as an extension of the phone. When someone calls, the phone sends vibrations through the bones in the user’s hand. The user then sticks his finger into his ear to listen to the conversation.
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