view of the angle laid down on a user's ear.
all parts stacked together form a protective case.
overview of the different elements.
the charger is plugged into the jack port.
the angle is fixed onto the charger and loads in the same time than the phone.
the strap is made out of a soft elastomer which can easily bend into any pocket.
perspective view.
you can create your own color combinations.
angle logo

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This project has been done in partnership with telecommunication provider Orange.
The product is currently being studied by the company for possible manufacturing.


People protect their phones with cases but only a few think about protecting their ears with headsets.
With the Angle concept, fixing a bluetooth headset gets as intuitive as picking up a phone.

Together with Thomas Chabrier and Antoine Coubronne, I have been thinking on how to make a bluetooth headset finally user-friendly.
Everything lies in the move. In an easy gesture, you activate the conversation by sliding the phone on your ear.
The movement naturally lays down the Angle on your ear and you can now benefit from the hands-free communication.

You can also share a conversation with a friend without letting other people around listen to the discussion.
You just need to depose the Angle on your friend’s ear and you can continue talking by using your phone.

Plugged into the jack port, the middle part of the case acts as a charger, which enables the Angle to be loaded in the same time than the phone.

The Angle concept proposes a new move – quick and easy – for a new, safer attitude