As selfies grow in popularity across all sorts of social media platforms, selfie stick designs are become more and more extravagant to help consumers capture that great picture. The Selfie Arm by innovators Justin Crow and Aric Snee take a humorous spin on the selfie movement with a photography stick that is a fake arm. As the user snaps a picture, it looks as though they are in the midst of shaking a stranger's hand.
The Selfie Arm is essentially a floating fake arm that stops just past the elbow. At the end of the arm is the smartphone holster to snap the picture with the button to capture the picture located in the stick's hand. As the user holds or "shakes" the Selfie Arm's hand, they can snap a picture that features the user holding the arm.
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