A next generation modular smartphone case has been launched called the Moscase, that allows you to use modular backplates to customise your case to your needs by adding a variety of new functions depending on your needs.
MSC Accessories are responsible for designing and creating the Moscase smartphone case, which is also a health tracking accessory that can be used with the new Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Pus.
Modules include the Rocker, Booster, Reader, Collector and Breathalyzer at the current time and each Moscase backplate has its own distinct purpose and functionality, that “completely reimagines what smartphones are capable of”, says MSC.
“The Breathalyzer : You can never have enough cool sensors! The Breathalyzer is equipped with a special detection sensor, capable of analyzing your breath in order to determine the alcohol content in your body. The Moscase App will let you know what your allowed limit is based on your location.
The Rocker :For all you music lovers out there, this backplate upgrades your smartphone’s stock speakers with ones that rival most full range Hi-Fi systems. Enjoy listening to your favorite music the way it was meant to be listened to.
The Collector : Harness the power of light and extend your smartphone’s battery life with this solar cell equipped backplate. It’s functional, it looks cool, plus it’s environmentally friendly. What’s there not to like?
The Booster : Strapping on some extra juice can be a life saver in a lot of situations. Top that off with extra storage space for all your photos, documents and other media, and you’ve managed to beef up the two weakest aspects of smartphones.
The Reader : E-paper has two advantages over any other screen: it’s super easy on your eyes and its power consumption is practically non-apparent. Read notifications, display photos, or use it for reading books and articles.”
For more information on the new and very unique Moscase smartphone case jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below and make a pledge from $59 to be one of the very first to own one.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Design News, Gadgets News, Mobile Phone News, Top News