Student Invents Cell Phone Case With Active Dampening That Deploys In The Event Of A Drop

June 28, 2018

This is a video demonstration of the ADCase (Active Dampening Case), a (coming soon to Kickstarter for iPhone models) smartphone case invented by German engineering student Philip Frenzel that deploys four switchblade style legs when its sensors detect it's in freefall. Interesting. And by interesting I mean it's only a matter of time until an ADCase slices somebody's penis up like a cold hotdog for beans & weenies.

Keep going for the full video, complete with several drops.

Thanks to Isaac L, who wants to know just how far it has to fall before it deploys, because it's the fall from your pocket to the bathroom floor when you're sitting on the toilet that destroys most phones.

  • Eric Ord

    Vid related, it's my heart :'(

  • Meh

    Would this thing deploy in your pocket if you jumped?

  • Jenness

    Is that Active Dampening in your pocket, because I've never seen a penis that needed one of those - NEAT!

  • Maybe it's just me but reminds me of those goddamn murder robots from Runaway starring Tom Selleck.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Really awesome when working correctly, but doesn't outweigh the risk of premature deployment.

    (Which every man dreads)

  • Tigerh8r

    This thing is going to activate at every possible time except when you need it to. Somebody mark on the calendar when I said that. ;)

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    make sure to empty your pockets before going on the roller coaster

  • Bling Nye

    I'd like this to have sharpened blades and deploy when the video record button is pressed while the phone is held vertically.

  • Geekologie

    oh you!

  • Mark

    I was going to write the same thing!

    kudos to you!! :-)

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