The 'Oko' Smartphone Case Allows For Easy Wearable Photography

 - Aug 1, 2018
References: kickstarter & newatlas
Shai Goitein, the innovator who gained acclaim for his range of electronic paper airplanes, is now expanding into smartphone photography with the introduction of the Oko, a smartphone case that is designed to make it easier than ever to take high-quality photos and video.

Currently the subject of a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, the Oko smartphone case comprises a pair of ocular cups, each of which comes with magnifying lenses. The case also features a silicone sheathing that helps prevent glare, while a handy rear opening allows users to go ahead and manipulate their phone's controls without removing the case each time. Photos can be taken by simply tapping the phone's camera button, or pressing the tactile buttons embedded in the Oko case.

Set to be priced at $99, the Oko smartphone case is squarely targeted towards smartphone photography enthusiasts who don't own DSLR cameras.