Kids, for example, playing games on smartphones drops and break all the time, and we cannot save it from happening. But today’s post regarding a mobile ABS system can literally save everyone’s phone some time, money, and unneeded stress. Here are the details on it.
A German engineering student named Philip Frenzel has created the mobile airbag, a case that senses when your phone is in free fall and releases metal prongs to protect it from damage.
Spotted by DesignBoom, Frenzel is a student at Aalen University in Germany have won an award from the German Mechatronics Society with the mobile airbag, and expects to launch the device on as Kickstarter product next month along with Peter Mayer, another student at the university, according to the German publication Preview Online.
Thanks to folks at The Verge to introduce and describe this product. If this product – or a similar one like it, with an improved design – actually makes it to market, there’s no doubt it could help save people hundreds of dollars they would otherwise end up spending on phone repairs or new device purchase. The era of cracked screens may be coming to an end sooner than we think.
(Source: The Verge)
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