Designer Cyrene Quiamco continues to impress with her highly innovative and unique designs. Earlier we covered the DOT, a hybrid of a cellphone and an ear device, and now the designer has yet again popped up with an impressive mobile phone that helps the users to be in a good shape, for they are required to have a stroll, jog or shake to juice up the device. Hailed as the “Stix,” the cellphone makes use of kinetic energy, allowing the users to adhere to an environmentally friendly lifestyle without compromising on the latest technology. Featuring a flexible design, with touch sensitive LCD strip and permanent hand number buttons, the Stix safely attaches on a belt clip, purse strap or even your wrist to receive the optimum kinetic exposure for recharge.
The cellphone comes with a built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor that lets users keep up with a healthy lifestyle all the time. It wraps around your wrist to check your pulse rate while having a jog to power the phone. In addition, it incorporates GPS technology to navigate your route and calculate the distance and time between the starting point and your destination. Moreover, the Stix integrates voice dialing capabilities, together with a projector to project numbers on your hand without removing the phone from your ear.