For those of you who have yet to take a selfie using your mobile phone. where have you been? The selfie has literally taken over how we show ourselves on social networking sites. With this popularity in mind, Integral have come up with a nifty way of being able to capture more in your selfie frame.
The Integral Remote Selfie Disk is a small button-like remote to enable you to fire off your mobile phone’s camera, as long as you’re connected to it using Bluetooth.
It connects to your phone with very little effort. Hold down the ONE available button for five seconds and it will begin sending out a Bluetooth signal for your mobile phone to pick up. From there simply connect to the Integral Remote Selfie Disk and voila, you are able to snap away with the push of a button.
It’s designed so you can move your phone further away from you to be able to capture more in one frame. Think of Ellen DeGeneres’ Oscar selfie and how cramped those celebrities were. If they had the Integral Remote Selfie Disk she would have been able to move the phone further away from the crowd and capture more detail within the frame more comfortably.
It even helps with hand positioning on the mobile phone too. No more do you need to stretch your thumb or finger to an awkwardly placed shutter button. Now you can hold your phone out in front of you and press the Integral Remote Selfie Disk. Selfies have never looked better.
The disk has a 15m Bluetooth range which is more than enough to capture even the widest of selfies.
It’s a great idea, and one I can see catching on very quickly. It’s small and extremely easy to set up. There isn’t even an app required for installation to a mobile phone or tablet.