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Air Clicker comes down to two small pieces placed in the fingers.
Imagine an invisible camera taking pictures there. This is what it seems the idea created by conceptual designer Su Yeon Kim. He designed a camcorder and photographic machine that has no body and comes down to two small devices that are placed on the fingers.
One of the pieces is placed in the thumb, and it is installed and the lens power button and turn off the camera. In the index finger is the motion sensor to shoot. Just imitate the gesture of shooting for photos to be sent to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
To record images, just change the positioning of the hands. The camera was named Air Clicker and the project has not expected to be launched on a commercial scale. Sounds good?