Aspiring inventor Shota Mori is taking it upon himself to create and continuously perfect a special iPhone sleeve that allows your phone to pop up from your sleeve.
With smart phones being commonplace across the world, there's usually the need to “accessorize.” The most common ways to accessorize your smart phone let alone your Apple iPhone would be to have special covers and protective cases. What about a special sleeve attachment for your iPhone? While there are none in the market, one person in Japan is taking it upon himself to create the first prototype. Shota Mori is working on making one model after another to improve upon it.
Perhaps Mori should look into online sites such as Kickstarter for funding to market the device. This special iPhone sleeve is worn around your wrist and it pops up. It's similar to have a concealed firearm by your forearm and pops out when you need it. The RocketNews24 article talks about how Japan has a nationwide ban on guns. In this regard, Mori decided to do something in a similar fashion with an iPhone. Instead of using a gun, the next best thing seems to be an iPhone.
As a result, Mori has released various videos giving demonstrations of what this device is. In this respect, this is a trial-and-error process for Mori. Perhaps in the future, he might be successful. In order to succeed once, one has to fail a number of times. You learn from your failures and so forth. This could be a potential hot smart phone accessory in the future as long as Mori keeps trying to perfect it.
Rome wasn't built in a day and the light bulb wasn't successfully created in one try. He has created several units of this device. Again, the city of Rome wasn't built in a day.