Bet you didn't see this coming. The iPhone and iPad can now turn transparent, allowing users to operate their devices from the back panel and see their hands through the screen.
The secret behind the see-through magic: a unique new case called HandyCase, designed by HandScape, a Silicon Valley startup on a mission to revolutionize mobile gaming.
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The case is certainly deceiving. It resembles an ordinary protective shell but has touch sensors on the back that sense a person's fingers and displays them on the screen.
Users can choose from three different images of hands displayed from the back of their screen: human, robotic or x-ray hands.
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The case connects wirelessly through Bluetooth LE and has a 20-hour battery life. In addition to mobile gaming applications, the technology can also be applied to car consoles, book readers, camera apps and maps.
Since the company's Kickstarter launch in September, the HandyCase has already raised more than $116,000. You can see the a video below.