The Lunecase iPhone case is designed to collect excess electromagnetic energy from your iPhone, the energy is then used to provide notifications on the back of your handset.
The Lunecase doesnt use energy from your iPhone’s battery, instead it uses excess energy that would not normally be used, have a look at the video below, which explains how it works.
Electronic devices emit very small amounts of electromagnetic energy. The energy surrounds most technological products in our daily life. People have endeavoured to harness this energy and make it usable. We decided to transform the unused energy from the iPhone into a notification system on the back of the phone. Thus, we started to use the unused.
The Lunecase identifies when you have an incoming call or text, and it will then display the relevant notification on the back of the case.
It certainly sounds very interesting, and the developers of the Lunecase are looking to fund the project via Kickstarter, they need to raise $50,000 to out it into production, and it looks like they are already close to reaching that goal with just over $1,200 needed to complete the project.
All of the early bird offers on the Lunecase are gone, although you can still get this iPhone case on Kickstarter for $39, when it hits retail it will go on sale for around $50, you can find out more details at the link below.
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