With the growing number of devices and too many charging cords, charging has become a daily struggle. So Humavox created a wireless charging platform named ETERNA based on radio frequency (RF) wireless charging technology that unlike others can fit into the smallest of electronic devices.
The ETERNA platform charging station can be freely designed to most naturally fit your instinctive habits so you can charge without even noticing. It could be as simple as dropping a coin in a box.
NEKUDA designed and developed two different charging stations for Humavox that provide a preview of how wireless charging looks in your daily life.
Below you can see the aesthetically pleasing bowl that charges multiple devices and blends naturally into your home. As well as the portable charger that fits simply and conveniently into your bag so you can continue charging on the go.
Now on site in Las Vegas, we wish Humavox great success and look forward to our next steps together.
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