siri 3D iPhone cover brings her to life
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mar 02, 2012

siri 3D iPhone cover brings her to life

‘omniscient siri’ iPhone case by saga design

shapeways online DIY 3D-printing company recently held a competition that asked users to design a physical representation of siri, the iPhone voice-activated personal assistant, using any combination of sketches, renders, video, or models. the winning design in the 3D category is called ‘omniscient siri’, developed by saga design digital product design firm.

stretching over and occluding the iPhone screen, the cover ‘forces the user to interact with siri’ instead of using touch control, although it keeps all volume, power, and other side buttons and ports of the device accessible. measuring 4.6-inches (11.6-centimeters) high, the case can be ordered via shapeways here for 90 USD.

profile view

front view with device on; the cutaways prevent obstruction of sound and light

left: sample metallic finish; right: 3/4 back view render

via huffingtonpost

  • Hal 9000 old relative of Siri ?

    astronaut says:
  • Fix it so it fits in my pocket

    Charmain says:
  • Char,
    Fix your pocket

    mstndvn says:
  • why?

    kurosheep says:
  • So. Creepy.

    sm says:
  • “Siri find me a pound land so I can buy a big face to stick to my i phone.”

    Pom Pom says:
  • goofy.

    LML says:
  • Useless but great.

    BreezeAir says:
  • it’s quite amazing the amount of time some nerds have to spend on empty ideas and find people to put ’em into production. did they sell one?

    buzzoff says:

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