Selfies as Simple as a Wave of the Hand

Selfies as Simple as a Wave of the Hand

Snapi app eliminates the need for selfie sticks with much-less-burdensome gesture control

Jeb Brack
  • 6 may 2015

From the moment cameras were first included on cell phones, mankind has struggled with the difficulties of snapping self-portraits. Until recently, selfies were limited by the length of the photographer’s arm and their ability to hit the shutter button without dropping the phone. Along came the selfie stick, a collapsible cane that allowed users to take much wider-angle shots from a few feet away. Now a selfie app called Snapi takes the stick out of the equation and lets you trigger your camera with a simple gesture.

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