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The PalmGrip for Sony NEX6 and NEX7 cameras

"The Sony NEX6 and NEX7 camera has many menus, dials and buttons, mostly controlled by the right hand. The short height of the camera can cause a problem when holding it, as changing one's grip is needed in order to position the thumb and index finger to operate the controls. While looking through the EVF, this re–positioning can require pulling the camera away from the eye in order to see and operate the controls and put additional demands on the left hand to secure the camera.

The PalmGrip can maximize control of the camera functions by positioning the camera high in the right hand, where the thumb and index fingers operate the controls, and the middle and 4th ring finger hold the camera grip securely against the palm."



accessory • camera accessory • compact design • grip • hand-held • holding • human factors • Jim Buchanan • manipulate things • MoonRuby Products • NEX-6 • NEX-7 • PalmGrip • photographypick upproduct designredesign • retrofit • Sony NEX seriesuser needsworking with our hands


Simon Perkins
27 JULY 2005

Folding Pocket PC Keyboard With Maximum Style

The Thinkoutside Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard is a ingenious wee device. The PDA accessory is super small and easy to set–up. The keyboard automatically turns itself on as you fold it out. And is ready to use once it has been initially paired with your PDA. I am using mine with an Acer n30 Pocket PC after discovering the flaw in the PDA?s infrared port placement. The only real hassle that I've discovered so far with this set–up is that the PDA needs to be re–paired each time I use it with another bluetooth device. I'm guessing that this is the Acer n30?s limitation though, not anything to do with the keyboard.



accessory • Acer n30 • bluetoothbluetoothdeviceindustrial designkeyboardPDA • Pocket PC • product design • Stowaway • ThinkOutside
09 APRIL 2005

Mbracelet: Wearable Computing

pixelpeppy – ion constas – dana chang – helena papadopoulos
The mbracelet is able to store, share and collect information. At the same time it can be worn as a fashion accessory. It has 3 slots that can receive interchangeable iButtons (developed by Dallas Semiconductors). This enables users to customize the information they want to "carry" with them at any given time. A 2–wire interface is sufficient for the iButtons to make contact with a host unit, thus allowing for an easily implemented infrastructure.



accessoryATMbraceletfashion • mbracelet • sharetransferwearable computingworn

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