Tiny Camera Lets You Use Your Fingers To Frame Photos [Video]

Tiny Camera Lets You Use Your Fingers To Frame Photos [Video]
technology

Ubi-Camera is a prototype developed by the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences in Japan.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 april 2012

Researchers from the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences in Japan have created a prototype device called the Ubi-Camera that lets you point and shoot a photograph in a new way. To take a photo, you connect the camera to your index finger and then make a rectangle with your fingers. This works as a viewfinder for the camera and you can then snap a photo by pressing down on it firmly with your thumb.

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