The Air Clicker is designed as a mechanism appropriately for using nothing more than your hands to capture images, no need camera. Is it special for you?
This is the new design of Yeon Su Kim with two small ring-like handsets wrap a user’s pointer finger and thumb. By making certain hand gestures and connecting to your smartphone through Bluetooth, you are sending photos to your tablet.
The thumb ring has a power button and a camera lens to take the picture while the other piece holds tension-sensing silicon so it can read the positioning of your finger. Bending the forefinger will take a photo while cupping your hand captures video.
Obviously the concept of megapixels doesn’t really apply to the Air Clicker. The innovation behind this concept is pretty mind-blowing. More and more people own smartphones means that more and more people are becoming casual photographers. Because Air Clicker doesn’t feature an outstanding sensor, nor does it is equipped with a flash, so in most cases it would take worse photos than your phone on its own. However, this is also regarded as a great idea for the coming launch of camera in the future.