The Charlie Nghiem Rotor Digital Camera Design Presents a New Interface

By: Filipa Lopes - Published: Oct 4, 2011 • References: charlienghiem & designboom
Nowadays, most individuals have digital cameras, but the Rotor Digital Camera presents a new way of interacting with this common piece of technology. It can be time consuming to deal with the many buttons and functions on a camera, but this picture-taker promises to be an ergonomic and functional revolution in the digital photography world.

Designer Charlie Nghiem made the effort to reinvent a new interface when taking pictures, and has come up with the Rotor Digital Camera. This user-friendly device has a rotational cylinder used to scroll and search settings in a LCD screen. The design is a new concept for picture-taking technology; it is a efficient and user-friendly. Users can now take pictures without the bulk of buttons, making it easier to snapshot those perfect moments.

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