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The first pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device. Morph enables users to interact with the digital world like never before.
The first pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device. Morph enables users to interact with the digital world like never before.
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Stretch Goal Morph Cases: Design Complete!

Posted by Sensel (Creator)
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The final case will have bright pink zippers and a Sensel logo tag.
The final case will have bright pink zippers and a Sensel logo tag.

Our Design Intern Stephanie Lim has spent several months perfecting the case design for the Morph.  After teaching herself how to sew, finding the perfect materials, and building countless prototypes, and lots of user testing she reached a final design. We're so happy to share it with you!

When we were thinking of the design for the Morph Case, we thought of you, and how you'd be carrying this device throughout the day and using it in different settings for various hobbies and interests.  We wanted it to be more than just a protective case for the Morph itself, but also a place where you can safely store your Overlays, pencils and pens, paintbrushes, paper, notes, and more.  You can store such accessories in it and carry it alone or toss it in your backpack, briefcase, or suitcase.  

The final case will be gray (as seen above) but with bright pink zippers that really pop and make for a great aesthetic.  It will also have a tag with the Sensel logo, rather than the placeholder tag seen in the photos. We hope you like it!

Cheers,

The Sensel Team 

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    1. Missing avatar

      Barry on

      GOOD GOD..PINK ZIPPERS! BLECHH !!!! HOW DISGUSTING!

    2. Sensel Creator on

      Read our latest blog post by our Design Intern Stephanie Lim regarding her process in creating the Morph case! http://bit.ly/1nL2kLn

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      Julian Xandar on

      Great design, but I don't like the pink zippers idea either. I really hate pink.

    4. Sean Hexed
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      on

      I'd like to toss in another vote for not having pink zippers. I love the design of the bag other than that idea, though!

    5. Sensel Creator on

      Hi all, thank you for your support and feedback! We'll definitely take your thoughts into consideration.

    6. Mansur A. Usmani on

      I love the design except for the pink zippers idea.

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      Ben Bovée on

      I have a simple idea that would add a much appreciated utility: With the same material as the main body, add a 6" rectangular strip on its spine for a handle.
      The pink zippers idea does not appeal to me. I'd likely not use it if it has these.

    8. waissmann on

      Great design. Maybe you would change the zipper handles. As the case will cohabit with other fragile stuff in a bag, these metal huge zip handles would damage anything near. Plus they seem too big regarding the case. Maybe you could use a smaller and more discret zipper handle, then put a small rope in it, in order to make the grab easier, but soft.

    9. Roald Baudoux on

      Very nice design but I don't really like the idea of the pink zippers.

    10. Marjorie Murray-Ure
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      on

      like it? love it!
      Great work Stephanie!
      Thanks for sharing these happy stages.
      Marjorie

    11. FuzzyScribbles on

      Eeeee omg, I approve!!!! Really awesome you guys have a spot for a pen/paintbrush ; -;

    12. Dennis Petrucci
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      on

      Cool!!! Looks great! Thanks for your great work Stephanie!!!