Docomo To Release Self-Healing Mobile Phones

Posted: Nov 30 2009, 12:02pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:56pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Okay, so technically only the paint is self-healing. That's still totally awesome. Docomo (via Akihabara), a Japanese mobile manufacturer, has just signed a deal with Nissan to start creating cell phones that use the auto maker's 'self-healing paint'. The special paint, designed originally for cars, is capable of 'healing' small scrapes and scratches in as little as a night. Even more extensive damage can be fixed, given extended (a week or more) periods of recuperative time. The self-healing paint is also scratch-resistant. Considering how much stress mobile device cases undergo, the application of Nissan's paint sounds like a great idea.Currently, Docomo is the only mobile device maker to latch onto this new technology. Hopefully they won't be the only ones. Self-healing paint brings our smartphones one step closer to the T-1000.

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