x

RSS Newsfeeds

See all RSS Newsfeeds

Jun 9, 2015 7:41 EST

New Selfie Devices, a new way to take a selfie!

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 9, 2015

Stcks? Tripods? Bulky devices? Not anymore! No thanks! People like selfies. A numberof solution and devices have been studies to facilitate taking a selfie and improve the image captured, included telescopic sticks and tripods. But this devices are cumbersome, and the use requires planning, time and preparation and this is at odds with the often spontaneous nature of the selfie phenomenon.

Now, a new family of patent pending devices can improve this situation.

“Stick&Case” is an extensible selfie device stick with a camera at the end, built-in in a case for smartphone or tablet. You want to take a selfie with your smartphone or tablet? Nothing could be simpler with Stick&Case! You just need to select the “take a selfie” function to activate the miniaturized stick, extend it and have the built-in photo camera readtto use. You can check the image that will be captured on the screen of your smartphone or tablet, holding it comfortably in the hand and orienting the camera. Then, simple select “off” to fold the stick. No cumbersone devices, no weight, no need to bring along other accessories. With Stick&Case you will always have with you everything you need for your selfies, in your phone or tablet! Simple, funny, effective. Stick&Case includes a cable to be connected with your smartphone/tablet, a Bluetooth connection and a dedicated app (Stick&CaseApp).

“StickCamera”, an other embodiment of the same invention, is a “selfie device”, an extensible stick with a camera at the end, connected via Bluetooth with a smartphone/tablet.

“NativeStick”, finally, is a smartphone or tablet with native, built-in, extensible selfie device stick with a camera at the end.

Currently, all this devices are patent pending concept. The company started an Indiegogo campaign to raise capital and start the production of the first series. In addition, the company is searching a manufaturing partner for “NativeStick” and is in discussion with several smartphone companies.

For more info: www.newselfiedevices.com                              

Contact Information:

Nicola Commisso
www.newselfiedevices.com

View Related News >
support