Hey tech aficionados! If you've ever wondered what the inside of your AirPods Pro case looks like, Ken Pillonel has just the thing for you. And trust me, it's as cool as it sounds.
After designing a much-talked-about repairable USB-C case for the AirPods Pro, Ken is back with another inventive project: a fully transparent version of the AirPods Pro Gen 1 case. And yes, it's as stylish and edgy as you can imagine!
Now, before you think this is all sci-fi, let's dive into the 'how'. Leveraging his SLA 3D printer, Ken used clear resin for this project, which I have to say is perfect for this kind of modification. The designing part was made easier as he already had the files from his cheekily titled "I stole the AirPods design" video. But in classic Ken style, he didn't stop there. He threw in his signature USB-C port hack, which for those in the know, was a huge hit in his earlier work.
There's something so aesthetically pleasing about seeing the intricate details of the tech we use every day. From the tiny circuitry to the smooth interior finish, Ken's clear AirPods Pro case is like a tech gem that you can proudly show off!
Now, if you're wondering about Apple's stance on this, it's intriguing to note that while Apple hasn't released AirPods Pro in different colors or clear cases, they did unveil the new Beats Studio Buds+ with transparent earbuds and a case. A sign of things to come? Only time will tell.
For now, a massive kudos to Ken for his continuous innovation and pushing the boundaries of design. Whether you're a tech junkie, a design enthusiast, or someone who simply likes unique gadgets, projects like these surely get the conversation started!
So, would you fancy a transparent AirPods Pro case? Let me know in the comments below. And remember, in the tech world, sometimes it's what's inside that counts!
Cheers to crystal clear tunes and innovative designs!