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AirClicker / camera

AirClicker
AirClicker

AirClicker is a finger-control motion camera inspired from gesture of taking a picture. This wearable silicone camera consists of 2 silicone-bands. One is for a thumb and the other is for a forefinger as controller. The band on your forefinger has ‘tension-sensor’ which can recognize if the finger bends or not. When you bend a finger as clicking a shutter, it will sense the tension and take pictures. When you do a video, bend all of fingers like grabbing camcorder. AirClicker is a Bluetooth-enabled device being connected with a smart phone. The pictures will be saved in your smart phone at once, also shown in real time. Just bend your finger!

University

Kookmin University

Kookmin University
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Yeon su Kim

Yeon su Kim
Seoul, South Korea