Inside Belkin, Part 3: A Slideshow of the Prototypes for the TrueClear Pro

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In Part 2 of our Belkin visit, we interviewed VP of Design Oliver Seil on the developmental story of their TrueClear Pro, which seamlessly applies screen protectors to smartphones. Arriving at the final iterations of the product took a lot of prototyping! Here’s how they went from crazy idea to market-ready solution.

Eden and CNC prototypes for Apple ScreenCare+ applicator on a desk in Belkin’s design studio

Eden and CNC prototypes for Apple ScreenCare+ applicator on a desk in Belkin’s design studio

Eden and CNC prototypes for Apple ScreenCare+ applicator on a desk in Belkin’s design studio

System evolution from early Eden and CNC prototypes (left) to final prototypes (right, green colored). The leftmost two are early mechanical prototype concepts that were not taken further. The green one at right is the final first generation True Clear Pro machine. The one just to the left of the green is an early version (development prototype) of the final one

Same group as previous, different angle

EDEN print prototype of the TrueClear Pro second generation tray. Just to the right of the EDEN print tray is an EDEN print prototype cradle.

EDEN print prototype of the TrueClear Pro second generation tray. Just to the right of the EDEN print tray is an EDEN print prototype cradle.

EDEN print prototype of the TrueClear Pro second generation tray. Just to the right of the EDEN print tray is an EDEN print prototype cradle.

Development prototype for in-store test of second generation TrueClear Pro system

Development prototype opened to reveal integrated applicator and tools, making the system portable

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