If you ever face anything like this,You went to picnic with your friends/family on beach & tried to captured some awesome movements into your smartphone/cameras & suddenly one of high tide broke all your efforts 🙁 b’coz of number one nemesis of electronics gadgetsWater isn’t it ? If yes then its a really annoying situation
But from now onward start smiling b’coz we are going to tell you some great remedy for this ,and its a technology of waterproofing called “HzO Waterblock” technology. its name clarify all the things,its a cutting edge technology having capability to resist the water effect on various consumer electronic devices like smartphone,gadget,cameras and many more .’HzO’ basically invented for demographic purpose,currently they don’t have any plan to take it into market because of High Costing issue 🙁 .
HzO is displayed at CES 2012 as a product review and as expect it rocks all the way.HzO planning to grab some OEM(Other Equipment Manufacture) for good business in Consumer Electronic.
How WaterBlock Works:
1. WaterBlock is nothing but a transparent chemical wrapper that contain thin nano-cover that resist the water & water rippling effect ,which help the electronic products to behave like normal !!!
2. Till now HzO not specified in detailed architecture of its working,but you can view the demo videos of the Hzo which was demonstrated in CES 2012
iPhone with HzO:
Feature Of HzO WaterBlock:
1. A revolutionary change in Consumer Electronics like Smartphone,gadgets,iPhone,iPad etc.
2. Helpfuly in fully-digitalize watch’s like ipod nano watch or in Android Live-View.
3. It will help in medical industry like digital hearing aids can made as waterproof,it help to diagnosis inner parts of body using some electronics devices
[note]As its a key-changing technology,its production cost is really high ,so its expensive for normal users 🙁 ,Hope in future we really get this technology with better cost and compatibility[/note]
Saurabh Mukhekar is a Tech Blogger from Pune, India. He is also thinker, maker, life long learner, hybrid developer, edupreneur, mover & shaker. He’s captain planet of BlogSaays and seemingly best described in rhyme. Follow Him On Facebook