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Gender 360˚ / Gender 360˚

Gender 360˚
Gender 360˚

A smartphone cable wears out over time, causing frequent failures, as its rubber line continues to be folded. This causes the rubber on the gender-connected area to tear or the electric wire in the rubber line to be broken. No matter how carefully the users uses it, it can be problematic, because it is difficult to prevent the smartphone cable from wearing out. The Gender 360˚ was designed for the frequently folded portion of the rubber part to move back and forth and up and down, in all directions, using the spherical rotating structure of the body.

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Baekseok

Baekseok
Cheonan, South Korea

Design

Baekseok

Baekseok
Cheonan, South Korea

Kim Dong Hwi Kim Mi Jung Oh Jeong Sik jeon young ha