The Mozilla Seabird concept phone merges the benefits of a full computer with the mobility of a handset. The phone is the result of Mozilla Labs’ open call for ideas from the Mozilla Foundation community. Conceptualized by product designer Billy May, the Seabird was created with the goal of showing how users might one day interact with their mobile devices.
While the Seabird looks like a slab-style smart phone with a large screen, the sides are anything but standard: Two pico projectors are installed. For productivity, the phone can be docked to project images of a monitor and keyboard onto flat surfaces. The user will then be able to type on any flat service à la iPad with a large, crisp display above the phone. You might have to carry the dock around with you, but just imagine having a laptop with the weight of a phone.