Yes, we have seen our fair share of offerings on Indiegogo before, which is a crowdfunding site, and here we are with yet another interesting idea that might change the way the world uses smartphones to capture photos on the go. I am referring to Shuttr (and no, there is no typo involved here), which is a remote shutter release for smartphones which can be hooked up to a user’s keychain. This would in turn make life a whole lot easier for impromptu shutterbugs to capture photos on the go. The Shuttr device will rely on Bluetooth connectivity to get the job of “communicating” with your smartphone across, and it will play nice with the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, iPad mini, Samsung Galaxy S3, both generations of the Samsung Galaxy Note, as well as other high end Android-powered devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or better.
Shuttr would come in handy to capture self-portraits, group photos as well as images of active kids, considering how it rests in your keychain, even letting you capture images discreetly. You can contribute $29 for the Shuttr’s march to reality.
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