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Nissan announce self-healing iPhone case

Nissan announce self-healing iPhone case

Automotive firm Nissan has lifted the lid on the impossibly cool sounding Nissan Scratch Shield iPhone case.
 
The accessory uses technology previously implanted in the company’s Muran, 370Z and X-Trail cars, as well as in the Infiniti range. It’s the first time the tech has been used in a non-automotive product.
 
The paint on the case is made from polyrotaxane, which chemically reacts to a break in the surface (i.e. a scratch) and slowly reforms into its original state.
 
Small scratches will self-heal in around a day while larger scratches can take up to a week.
 
At the moment a beta run of the case is being used by journalists but if it proves popular Nissan will consider a retail release.

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