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  • Tamaki Suoh

    OMG!!! I SO WANT ONE OF THESE! THIS IS THE AIR CLICKER: FINGER CAMERA! Just imagine, all those times you were messing around, taking pics with your "air camera" you could have actually been taking photos! <<< ha! This is awesome!!! I had to go to the website tho to figure out what it really was and how it worked 😂

  • Ge Ferris

    The Air Camera by Yeon Su Kim A unique design concept which eliminates all that superfluous crap in your camera like… well, most of the camera. Stripping the idea down to two modules you wear on your fingers, one a Bluetooth-enabled camera lens (which sends your “pictures” directly to your smartphone) and the other a motion-sensitive shutter button for “clicking”. Simply curving your fingers would enable the video mode. Smile for the fingers! Now that's just creative.

  • Lia Doron

    That is a camera no joke. Doing it the Apple way, Air Camera strips away all the unnecessary aspects to a digital camera design. It leaves us with a Bluetooth enabled camera lens and a motion-sensor shutter button mounted on two rubber bands. Precious moments are captured with a simple click gesture and the images get transferred to your synced smartphone immediately. This is how it works: if you want to click pictures, wear the camera band on your thumb and the shutter button on your forefinger and gesture to click a pic. To take videos, simply curve your fingers to mimic a video camera grip and shoot. The tension from the finger movement triggers the shutter button to operate.

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Air Clicker Concept Phone - if you want to click pictures, wear the camera band on your thumb and the shutter button on your forefinger and gesture to click a pic. To take videos, simply curve your fingers to mimic a video camera grip and shoot. The tension from the finger movement triggers the shutter button to operate.

if you want to click pictures, wear the camera band on your thumb and the shutter button on your forefinger and gesture to click a pic. To take videos, simply curve your fingers to mimic a video camera grip and shoot. The tension from the finger movement triggers the shutter button to operate.

Air Umbrella- no freakin way... no canopy but rain still goes around you.. I want it!!!

The Green Air is a mass of greens that you plant atop your monitor and use it as a frequent reminder to stop and smell the flowers! I am going to skip the technical details that are well explained in the ensuing images, and focus on the fact that we do need to contemplate our workspace and environment. In a sterile office setup with mechanical schedules, placebos like a mock green patch can do wonders for productivity and our health.

Air Umbrella by Je Sung Park » Yanko Design How cool is this? Wish I lived somewhere that it actually rained more than 5 or 10 days a year so I could use this!

Air Umbrella… OMG this is awesome! But is this even real????? What happens if it runs out of power during a downpour???

Click n Cook, this will cause so many problems and I am not sure which one it is trying to solve...

Camera Ring: This ring concept is a look into what a future device might look like. It is tiny enough to wear on your finger yet powerful enough to give today's bigger cameras a run for their money.

Autodesk Research team presented the Magic Finger, a fingertip-mounted input device "which supports always-available input." A couple of things distinguish it from a mere finger-mounted mouse: One, it contains a tiny camera that can distinguish different textures, enabling context-aware actions; for example, the device could be programmed to send different commands depending on what it was touching, i.e. swiping your cotton shirt answers your cell phone.