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Snowden - iVault
iVault is a 3D printable Faraday cage that can lock frequencies coming from your cellphone in order to protect your health and your privacy. It is designed to be air tight and impact resistant.Gadget
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iVault is a 3D printable Faraday cage that can lock frequencies coming from your smartphone in order to protect your health and your privacy. It is designed to be air tight and impact resistant.
You know how prolonged exposure to smartphone frequency can affect sleep patterns, produce attention deficit and even tumors?
You know how the NSA use front and back doors in your smartphone to retrieve your location, real time vectorial data, and eavesdropping on you, your family, friends and associates through your handset GPS, microphones and cameras?
Snowden has been labeled as "eccentric" due to a Hong Kong interview, where he insisted that a group of lawyers advising him in the Chinese territory “hide their cellphones in the refrigerator of the home where he was staying, to block any eavesdropping”, but it has nothing to do with temperature, “what you want to do is block the radio signals which could be used to transmit voice, data and block the frequency altogether” explained Adam Harvey, just as a Faraday cage would.
Snowden lawyer, Anatoli Kucherena, recently declared that Edward does not use iPhone because it has programs that can be activated without the knowledge of its owner for retrieving sensitive data.
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Materials and methods
PLA or ABS, Aluminium foil and household silicon.
Download your free .stl printable file, import it to your 3D printing software and print a copy of ivault.stl file. (iVault is designed to be a single printed box)
Choose and print the desired configuration, for iPhone4.stl, iPhone5.stl or neutral.stl holsters. (Holsters allow you to attach the cellphone to the ivault, the neutral holster is a flat top for generic smartphone use).
Using aluminium foil, stack walls and cover the bottoms of both iVault hatches.
Using acetone as glue (on ABS printing) attach the holsters to the iVault on the designated positions.
Using household silicon for windows, create an air tight edge over the aluminium foil walls on both hatches.
Remove excess plastic on latch with a cutter and brake it free.
For a glossy finish on your ABS printed iVault, you can vapor wash it in acetone bath prior to assembly.
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