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Lunecase - An iPhone case that glows with notifications

Apr 30 2014, 8:33am CDT | by

The case features a glowing back panel which does not require any extra battery

Lunecase - An iPhone case that glows with notifications
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Lunecase - An iPhone case that glows with notifications

As of now, there are tons of different types of iPhone cases out there and choosing a case for your iPhone has become as important as making a decision regarding your color schemes and storage configurations. However, these iPhone cases have one thing in common; they all have different colors and patterns to attract customers. The new Lunecase however has something different to offer. The creators of this iPhone case claim it to be “the first intelligent iPhone cover”

The phone plugs on to the back side of the phone and provides protection to the rear and sides from scratches and scrapes which can result from everyday usage. On the outside, it might appear just like any other iPhone case but it stands out from the lot because of its glowing notifications panel on the back. So you can put your phone face down without having to worry about missing important calls and texts because the phone lets you know whether you have an incoming call or text. You might come across other cases which offer this lighting effect but Lunecase does not need any battery at all nor does it connect to your device’s Lightning port in order to siphon off droplets of juice from the iPhone’s internal battery pack. The electromagnetic energy emitted from the device gives the cover its energy which is more like an ingenious way of saving energy and recycling it.

Lunecase is so far merely a project on Kickstarter and its developers would require a whopping sum of $50,000 to bring this to the market. Those interested to bring the project to market reality can invest in a $29 and will be entitled to a special early bird case. The cases will start to ship from August and are expected to carry a price tag of $50.

source: Kickstarter(Lunecase)

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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