Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

iMac opposite, yes

The photo does not deceive you. And it in any way magnetic holder. To everyone who will see Slope, it will want to understand, how it works. I, apparently, thought. I will at present tell you.

Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

Slope is the plate bent at an angle in 66 degrees from the anodized aviation aluminum. That does it superunusual — so it is a material put on the basis and on a forward part where the planshetnik fastens. How it fastens? Word to the inventor, Eric Kittlaus:

The material containing nanofoam, was made in such a manner that on all its surface thousands vials with air are located. When you place object the flat party over nanofoam, air is squeezed out from vials and in them there is a vacuum — just it and provides absorption.

Thanks to a nanofine you can attach a planshetnik in a landscape or portrait mode, also in situation obliquely. The question — whether will fall down iPad if to press in a monitor corner? The answer — will not fall down. Nanofoam holds devilishly strong …

Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

… and at all this allows to remove without any efforts the device. Be convinced on video:

As you could behold, with the first iPad the holder too acts. But because it has not absolutely flat back panel, we assume that with it the effect of absorption will be shown more poorly. If you have iPad from the second on the fourth or iPad mini, troubles should not seem.

Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

Eric’s friend is engaged in textile business and will create an accessory for Slope — a la iPod Socks. All of them still experiment materials, and available colors will define later therefore as a result "sock" can look in a different way.

Slope: the holder for iPad on the soaking up base of nanofoam

Similar we already saw something

Eric collected 20 thousand dollars from 60 demanded in 27 days to a financing point. To receive Slope mini (for 7-and 8-inch planshetnik), bring 55 dollars, for big Slope — 59 dollars, for "sock" — 10 more, and add 25 for the international delivery. The last promise in March of the 2013th, but on Pebble example we know that date write only pro forma.

Slope — is simply technological project? Or future of all holders?