Canopy's Sensus App Enhancing Case Draws Eyes at CES 2014

By: Jennifer Paul - Published: • References: canopyco & engadget
Canopy has launched the Sensus app-enhancing case, which is illuminating screens and faces alike.

What seems out of the ordinary is truly transforming the way we work our phones. The Sensus app enhancing case works by adding input on the back of the case as well as the sides via capacitive touch. Pressure-sensitive pads are placed on the back and sides which allow the movement to seem unbelievable.

With the variable pressure technology, the Sensus app enhancing case is not only able to read and understand your hand movements, it is able to determine the amount of force you are engaging.

Sensus has taken functionally and protection to a new level with its case. If you’re worried it may drain your mobile devices lifespan, don’t fret: you shouldn’t see much of a difference. Stats for App-Enhancing Cases Trending: This Year & Mild
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