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Here's the winning product concept in ZTE's crowd-voted design contest
The voters have spoken, and a winner has been named. ZTE‘s Project CSX, which asked the internet to pick their favorite tech product concept from a list of five choices, is now over, and the winning product is a smartphone that has eye-tracking features, along with a self-adhesive back.
Here’s ZTE’s official description of the phone concept:
This phone has a unique eye tracking mechanism that scrolls pages based on eye movement. A self-adhesive back allows the phone to be added to a wall or flat surface for hands-free use, and other users will not be able to peer in as the phone has split screens, so only the main user sees the intended content.
ZTE says the winning product got 36 percent of the vote, well ahead of the second place finisher, the “Intelligent Covers for Android Stock Phones”, which got 21 percent. Third place went to the stock Android phone concept with 19 percent, followed by the VR diving mask at 16 percent. The Powerglove concept, which was perhaps the most original of the top five, came in last with just 8 percent of the vote.
ZTE does say that it will begin development of the eye-tracking and adhesive phone for a launch sometime in 2017. However, it hints that it could allow the internet to vote on other aspects of this product before it is released, such as its official name and its colors. What name would you like to give a phone that can track your eyes and stick on a wall?