Anti-Touch iPhone Cover Forces Users To Rely On Siri

Anti-Touch iPhone Cover Forces Users To Rely On Siri

The winning concept of a Shapeway's design competition makes you interact solely with the voice interface.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 march 2012

3D printing company Shapeways recently hosted a design competition calling for a physical representation of Siri. The winning submission for the 3D category was an iPhone case that completely covers the screen with a protruding face, forcing the user to interact with the voice interface instead of using the touchscreen.

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