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Tickling your fancy phone: Renaming the artificial human skin phone case

Some say that our phones are our closest companions, so why not make them more human? At least, that’s what Skin-On creator Marc Teyssier of Telecom ParisTech believes. Skin-On is an interactive interface for your devices made from layers of textured silicon and sensors to give the realistic look and feel of human skin. This new type of interface allows you to connect with your device in a super personal way with features like tickling the “skin” to add a laughing emoji. Though this this tech may rub some the wrong way, many are fascinated by the potential for this kind of tech.


So PopNamers, whether you consider Skin-On a stroke of genius or a touch crazy, let us know what you would rename the artificial human skin interface?

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