Computers Phones

Contest Info

  • Started: 6/26/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 6/28/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 17
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
Computers Phones
Contest Directions: Design personal computers or laptops integrated with phones or cell phones fully or in part.

Contest Info

    • Started: 6/26/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 6/28/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 17
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
17 pictures
  • New Apple Rotary Phone

    New Apple Rotary Phone
        • I phone, You Phone, We phone!
          Great apple-work on this phone!
        • When will a cordless model be available?
  • Abacus Telephone

    Abacus Telephone
        • Abacus Phone is a produced by Bead Computers, Inc.
        • When will a cordless model be available?
  • Microsoft USB Cell Phone

    Microsoft USB Cell Phone
  • Putting Money in a Rotary Computer Phone

    Putting Money in a Rotary Computer Phone
        • This Phone Computer is an engineering work or art!
        • Boy am I glad that you didn't use a Maaaaaaaac!! A very nice job.
  • Nokia Phone Laptop with Windows

    Nokia Phone Laptop with Windows
        • To avoid so much quality loss because of the compression, maybe it's better to resize it to 1000 pixels wide?
        • It's always best to resize to 500 pixels wide to avoid quality loss then there will be no resizing at all. Of course then full view becomes the same as normal view. So it's a gamble.
        • Full veiw is a must. It improves its quality a great deal.
  • Portable Computer Phone in a Backpack

    Portable Computer Phone in a Backpack
  • Phone and Computer Mouse Hybrid

    Phone and Computer Mouse Hybrid
        • Imagine chopping an image when all the sudden the mouse/phone vibrates? I'd kill the caller!
        • nice entry.Can you post a source pictures pls?
        • The chop is fantastic, but some of the text is a little distracting.
        • I agree with luke. The text looks rather messy compared to the (very well chopped) mousephone.

        • On 6/26/2006 11:38:12 AM, Registered said:

          Imagine chopping an image when all the sudden the mouse/phone vibrates? I'd kill the caller!



          My chop would get messed up
          But very nice idea.
        • I HAVE got to get myself a mouse phone!!
        • Very clever idea. A friend of mine has one of these things and he can't stand it!! His is orange and I can't stand it!!!

          And I agree with the others, the text doesn't do good for the image.
        • very nice entry, whith or whithout text...
  • Computer on a Phone

    Computer on a Phone
        • You need really tiny fingers to type on that

          [Edited by User on 6/27/2006 2:42:05 AM]
  • Windows Pay Phone

    Windows Pay Phone
  • Internet Telephone

    Internet Telephone
        • For the exclusive use of The Wh0re of Babble-on.

          [Edited by User on 6/27/2006 4:48:46 PM]
        • Hello, Please stay on the line and the next available customer representative will be with you shortly
  • Computer Attachment Ports on a Cell Phone

    Computer Attachment Ports on a Cell Phone
        • Good, but the full view reveals the somewhat strange text addons.
          Try to skew/tilt the text so it fits the phone better.
        • Ooh, wait...I need to change my Christmas list!
        • Very nice work, Only suggestion with this phone would be to go with around a 1000pixle wide Full View image so people can view it on a single screen.

          Great phone.
        • Strange text add-ons could use some depth, too. Still, the image grows on me.
  • Laptop Camera Phone

    Laptop Camera Phone
  • Smart Phone Computer

    Smart Phone Computer
  • Sony Ericsson with Windows

    Sony Ericsson with Windows
        • some phones are actually already running windows

        • On 6/27/2006 12:36:56 AM, AfroeJoe said:

          some phones are actually already running windows



          (and by running windows, i mean they contain a version of windows software, not that they are swift moving panes of glass...)

        • On 6/27/2006 12:36:56 AM, AfroeJoe said:

          some phones are actually already running windows



          You miss the point! Phone-computers must start somewhere... Version 1.00!

          Nice idea and chop!
  • Old Telephone with a Computer Keyboard

    Old Telephone with a Computer Keyboard
        • I'll ring you up! How do you spell your name again?
        • A little noise and then a little blur would blend the keyboard better. And maybe pump up the contrast too.

          [Edited by User on 6/27/2006 2:41:04 AM]
  • Motorola Phone Mouse

    Motorola Phone Mouse
  • Laptop Wacom Phone

    Laptop Wacom Phone
        • Too much of a wild color theme for me. Still, nice work.
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