It might not look like much, but the PaperPhone, created by researchers from Queen's University in Ontario Canada, sure has a lot of potential. Using "ductile e-ink" and "elastic electronic underpinnings," the phone responds to bends and twists from the user.
Curling the corners of the device allows users to navigate menus and make calls. It doesn't look incredibly user-friendly, but we certainly appreciate the thinness. Check out the video below to see how it responds to the human touch: