LED Phonecase Harbors Electromagnetic Energy from iPhone

Conceptor, a product design team based in Kiev, Ukraine has come up with Lunecase, an elegant and smart LED iPhone 5/5s case that is super energy efficient.

LED lights on Lunecase shows the man is taking a call. (Photo Courtesy of Kickstarter)

The battery-free phonecase harnesses electromagnetic energy emitted from the smartphone, which makes it entirely wireless. The company claims no connection is required between the phone and the case.

Lunecase appears as a normal phonecase when not on the back of an iPhone 5/5S. (Photo Courtesy of Kickstarter)

LED lights on the phone case indicate incoming calls and messages, but currently only works on GSM networks.

Lunecase shows a woman an incoming message. (Photo Courtesy of Kickstarter)

This is the second time Conceptor has worked with LED designs, their last Kickstarter project was ibalzr, a smart LED flash light for smartphone.

Conceptor's previous smartphone flash LED light project, ibazlr. (LEDinside/Conceptor)

The LED phonecase that was first showcased at CES 2014 has received US$ 110,053 funding from 2,735 backers on Kickstarter.

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