About this design: Now that's definitly one for the scientists out there: This phone case is designed with a scanning electron microscope image of ZnO nanowires grown on a graphite flake during thermal chemical vapour deposition. Whatttt??? Let us try to explain... The growth of nanowires typically takes place by a vapour-liquid-solid mechanism whereby molten metal catalyst particles on the substrate catalyse the growth process. Equal weight ratio of ZnO and graphite powders is often used as precursor, whereby the graphite powder assists in reducing the required reaction temperature and maintains a steady nanowire growth rate. During this process, ZnO nanowire growth also sometimes occurs on the graphite flakes themselves.
Nanowire Firecracker was created by Stanko Nedic. Stanko's research group at the Nanoscience Centre (Cambridge University) has been exploring the use of the high performance ZnO nanowire based field effect transistors for memory, logic and sensor device applications.
UPROSA cases are available for the following phone models:
Our cases are made from a one-piece, impact resistant and flexible hard plastic case with an extremely slim profile. We use the latest 3-D printing technology to provide with a full-wrap case (design printed on the sides) for you to show off your science flair.
UPROSA MacBook cases are available for the following MacBook models:
Our MacBook cases consist of two pieces (top and bottom) made from ultra-slim transparent plastic to best protect your laptop. Using state-of-the-art printing technology, the top cover is printed with stunning scientific imagery - except for the centre part, which features a cut-out matching the Apple logo.
Slight variations of the design might occur due to the different MacBook models having slightly different shapes and sizes.