Tagged: Selfies

Unreal Selfie stick with fans and beauty lights will make you forget the rest

Unreal Selfie Stick

Who’s better at putting together geeky pranks and gobbling down millions of views? Thinkmodo that would be. The pioneers in putting together viral video campaigns for brands is back with another one of its creation. To promote the new season of drama-reality show Unreal, they have created two high tech selfie sticks that you’ll want instantly after reading this. Just like any other selfie stick, this one also connects to your phone via Bluetooth, but the comparison ends there.
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Make Selfie Arms for yourself if you don’t want to get noticed, WTF!

Selfie Arms_1

To every tourist destination you go, you see people posing with selfie sticks in their hand. Over a short period of time selfie sticks have become a popular accessory for people. But for some reason selfie sticks are banned in certain areas. This is the story of a shy geek named Mansoon who was embarrassed to use selfie stick in public. The solution he came with is cool and funny at the same time. He created Selfie Arms that perfectly blend with his real arms (am I exaggerating it a bit) and lets him take selfies.
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CES 2016: Get yourself 3D printed as a cool toy or superhero mini-figure

3D printed minifigure at CES 2016

Mini-figures and 3D printed replicas of yourself sound so exciting. This is the new craze and everybody wants to have a small toy replicating them into a superhero or remembering a special moment in time. A few days ago we saw the cool way to turn yourself into a Lego mini-figurine and now we have two more amazing ways in which you can get your 3D printed as toys. At CES 2016 two different companies showcased how you can turn yourself into a superhero mini-figure or simply have your own self depicted in a toy like form.
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8 unique ways to click selfies and get noticed on social-media

Click selfies

Clicking selfie has become a viral trend in the last year or so, and it makes even more sense if you are a loner and want to capture special moments when no one is around to shoot a photo. Initially, clicking a selfie was a simple as taking out your camera, initiating the front camera and clicking a picture. However, times have changed quite drastically and today is the era of the Selfie Stick. It gives you more freedom to click photos and comes handy for short-armed people who have a tough time composing the frame with their smartphone.
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Selfie Spoon brings your self-portrait obsession to the dining table

Selfie Spoon

First came the digital cams, then the DSLR’s and today is the time of selfies. Yes, clicking selfies has become an obsession that is hard to die in the next few years. From the novice hand-held selfies to the ones taken with selfie phones, selfie sticks and drones, clicking yourself in photographs is one activity that has gone viral in the world. Not even a plant can resist clicking a selfie of itself in full-bloom. Now the selfie obsession has got another dimension, which is a Selfie Spoon. Wait, what?
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Samsung working on a secret selfie drone project in South Korea

Samsung Drone

From delivering goods to ones that can click selfies by taking right off your wrist, drones have no bound when it comes to usability apart from just fun purpose. Big companies like Sony have also realized the importance of employing drones for commercial purpose and now Samsung is also in the limelight. According to SamMobile, the South Korean electronics giant is looking to add UAVs to its line-up of products.
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Wearable Womanliness-Boosting bra helps you snap perfect selfies

Wearable Womanliness-Boosting Bra

Most women are dissatisfied with the options given to them by lingerie companies, leading to lack of confidence. However to boost women’s confidence, Japanese lingerie maker Triumph has come up with the strangest undergarment we’ve ever seen, the Wearable Womanliness-Boosting bra. It is a concept bra with skirt; the complete set is designed to give you pep talks and help you to take perfect selfies. Read More…

Best gadgets in 2015 to capture your summer vacation

Best gadgets in 2015 to capture your summer vacationThe effect a vacation has on the human psyche is simply incredible. A Swedish study conducted between 1993 and 2005 found that more the people take vacations, the number of prescriptions they take drops exponentially which is a health benefit. So, it is a good idea to head on a vacation to rejuvenate yourself. With summer 2015 almost around the corner, here are a few gadgets that will help you capture all your summer vacation memories in full bloom. After all, pictures and videos are all you have to remember about your good times. So, here is a filtered collection of gizmos that you’ll find handy for your summer vacation.

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Acer creates flashy Selfie-Hat for London Fashion Week

Acer Selfie-Hat

The most common use of smartphones today is clicking selfies. But, who needs a smartphone when your hat can click selfies for you? Well, that’s what Taiwanese electronics company Acer have made possible with the creation of the Selfie-Hat in partnership with fashion designer Christian Cowan-Sanluis. Termed as a one-of-a-kind couture hat, this unique headpiece is a huge glittery pink sombrero that features a fold-down flap integrated with Acer’s Iconia A-1 840 tablet. The face of the tablet is directed towards the wearer who can spin the hat to set different angles as per his choice for shooting a selfie.
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Casio unveils Exilim EX-FR10 wearable action camera

Casio Exilim EX-FR10 wearable camera

Are you looking to buy a new camera for taking selfies? Casio, Japanese Electronics Company well known for its calculators and robust watches have launched the Exilim EX-FR10 wearable action camera just for you. Created to serve as a new way of communicating, the freestyle camera can be strapped onto the wrist, forehead, backpack or handlebars to take pictures and videos. The EX-FR10 features a modular design consisting of a camera module and a detachable LCD control unit. The Wi-Fi enabled camera module comes with a 14-megapixel CMOS image sensor whereas the controller unit sports a 2-inch LCD touchscreen display.
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