With the purpose of simplifying the menu of photographic devices, the Charlie Nghiem Rotor 360 camera is designed with the least possible number of buttons. By sporting a beautiful style, this gadget lacks all the confusing menu keys but not an excellent shooting quality.
The designer decided to remove the buttons to create a rotating column that combines all the main camera's functions. He explains, "To access the features and menus, just drag the thumb on the cylinder in order to rotate each function. Each cylinder would correspond to a line displayed on the screen." The result is fantastic, as the gadget has a more ergonomic look, making it easier to understand the menu and controls.
The Charlie Nghiem Rotor 360 camera is a minimalist concept that makes saving life memories fun and accessible.
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