Ok I am doing a project. It's a concept project so nothing needs to be made. BTW I am doing Product Design. I am currently doing an internship in a company, and as a part of the plan to keep me busy, I was assigned to do a concept project. It started off as "designing the PC of the future". Well, I don't have to follow that, but I want to focus on communication and improving its quality. My project is based on making something that will improve communication between family members who live away from each other. Age group is college students and through interviews I have conducted, there are some really interesting things that I found out. Here are the conclusion of the interview: -current method lacks the real sense of presence. -Sense of presence need not be expressed by visual or audio signal. The sign of your loved one's breath, or simply hearing what the person is doing is a much stronger sense of presence. -people wish they have more control over the device on the other side so that they can see or experience beyond what the camera is set to. Ok, so I really want to get away from making something that looks like a techware. At first I came out with a system that blends with the living space by using ceramic shell and plants but there wasn't much "communication" advantage to it. Then I sketched out something, a desktop device with 360 degrees projection on separated panels. Everyone said it looks inspiring and want me to explore it more. So I tried. But I can;t see what I can do with it. The separated panels can mean that they are modular. Currently I am also working on another project involving flexible display, and I can see how this can be applied to that. So imagine you got this device with different display panels which you can remove and attach to anywhere in the house. The panels can display videos or anything. How do you find this feature useful in the context of communication? I'm really stuck right now and I need to come out with an update on the progress by Friday. So any thing you can think of, please throw at me!