Launched a project on Kickstarter to raise funds for device fabrication MaxStone. It allows you to use your iPhone as a remote control for your digital camera.
MaxStone placing a digital camera, the user can control the shutter fires with the application on the iPhone. To do this, place the device near infrared sensor camera. Thus, MaxStone receives commands from the application via a wireless Bluetooth interface and triggers the shutter of the camera with an infrared sensor.
Use of this device may be useful when the user wants to take a picture of yourself, avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter button. In addition, the application can define the command to carry out continuous shooting with a certain interval of time to create a time-lapse effect. One additional function is to protect against the loss of the camera. The user will receive a notification if depart from MaxSton (which is attached to the camera) beyond a certain distance. Finally, using the device, you can remotely perform the survey not only for digital cameras, but also for the iPhone.
MaxSton can be used in conjunction with a number of cameras manufactured by Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Samsung and Minolta. Battery should last for one year operation.
Fundraising for the issue MaxStone will last almost two months. Of the required $ 50 thousand have already collected more than $ 17 thousand new items Deliveries scheduled to begin in February and March 2014.
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