French designer Philippe Starck and peer Jerome Olivet unveil Alo, a smartphone with no screen, but instead utilizes holograms, voice control and haptic feedback. Its always-on camera would track the user’s face to aid with 3D hologram displays. The handset incorporates a molded aluminum alloy core covered by a translucent, gelatinous exterior layer provides vibration, heat-based feedback, as well as auto-healing properties in case of scratches. Unlike traditional phones, Alo relies on voice recognition, similar to Amazon Echo and Siri. Click here to view the first image in this week’s art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of “The Grist Mill”.