Vainworks Lets You Change Your Rear-Facing Camera To a Forward-Facing One
Are you envious of the commercials on TV about the MyTouch 4G showing off its ability to do video chat over 3G, 4G, or WiFi? Do you have a friend toting the iPhone 4G using FaceTime? Fear not my friends, soon, thanks to Vainworks, you’ll be able to turn your rear-facing camera into a front-facing one with the assistance of a small stand.
Basically, it’s a mirrored stand that lets the user utilize the rear-camera as a forward one. Head over to the site and check out some of the videos. The company claims the stand will work with phones that has a rear-facing camera. But there’s a catch. The farther away the camera is from the edge of the phone, the less likely the stand will work. A list of supported phones with an explanation of how the stand operates can be found on Vainworks’ site. So, what do you think? Who is gonna pick this up?
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