The Ubi-Camera by Diginfo lets you take photos with the movement of your hands. Most people can form a rectangle composition with the hand's index and thumbs to get a good feel of a shot before taking a photo. Now, you can literally take photos by making that hand gesture.
You take a picture by framing your fingers, which acts as a view finder. The camera contains a range sensor and the framing is determined with the distance between the camera and the user's face. To zoom out and get a wider framed shot, you pull back towards your face; push your framed hands away from the body to zoom in on an object. You use your thumb to press the button which will activate the shutter to snap your photo.
This Ubi-Camera by Diginfo is a great and compact way to take photos for beginners or experienced photographers.
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