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The Telegraph wants to use digital
to prove its appeal to readers of any age.

And That's exactly what we did

We created a subscription-based flexible screen device, and a service called F R A G M E N T, to connect people all over the world.

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FLEXI-SCREEN + MICROCAMERAS

Each of Fragment's pixels will function as a microcamera, which will allow users to capture the depth of the world in which they live. The videos and images can then be uploaded onto Fragment's shared network.

THROUGH YOUR EYES

People in our shared Fragment network submit their own stories as freelance on-the-ground reporters.Telegraph would monitor for quality control. This raw, real-time content allows participants to see things through the eyes of others instead of through a layer of production and biased reporting.

ACCESS TO REAL WORLD NEWS

The interface’s stories appear in real-time. Users can search by trending topics, by location or by looking back into the past via the network’s archives.

SKYPE LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR

A built in Skype platform with a translator allows people to talk to each other in their native language.

THROUGH YOUR EYES

Real time content offers participants the ability to interact with the world’s other citizen reporters to finally see beyond high production values and biased reporting.

MANIFESTO

Be bold and daring

Fragment



SKYPE TRANSLATOR

Communicate with the world

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