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Nissan introduces "self-healing" iPhone case


Japanese automaker Nissan is introducing a new, state-of-the-art technology that promises "self-healing" capabilities. We’d love to tell you that this is some kind of joke, but the truth is, it’s not.

In all seriousness, Nissan is unveiling a cell phone accessory that features their new Scratch Shield paint technology. According to Nissan, the Scratch Shield paint technology promises to heal small scratches within an hour for less-serious instances, and up to a week’s time in more serious occurrences.

The technology was developed by Nissan in collaboration with University of Tokyo and Advanced Softmaterials Inc. This material is expected to be used in a number of future Nissan and Infiniti models, but will make its debut as an protective accessory for the iPhone 4 and 4S models.

The case is made out of ABS plastic, a material that’s stronger and tougher than any other kind of plastic and, when combined with their new Scratch Shield technology, promises to be a revolutionary new safety accessory to protect our beloved iPhones.

We’ve seen some pretty crazy things being invented the past couple of years, but a cell phone case that heals itself?

That’s something we’d love to take a look at.




2 comments:

Wow! I could not even imagine that Nissan brings the great idea to come up with these impressive “self-healing” iPhone case. This is one of the latest technologies that Nissan made off.

This is the solution to many Apple iPhone and iPad owners. This technology is a breakthrough, now the problem in scratch markings has finally the solution. Who would’ve imagined that a certain phone unit will heal itself by this technology? Only Nissan proves that this kind of technology is possible. 

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