QUICK ASSIST BODY RIG FOR SMART PHONES
Loupe is a flexible band worn around the neck or your waist, which acts as a body rig for your smartphones. It comes with a magnetic attachment that holds your smart phone in the position that you desire, enabling you to take videos and pictures from different angles and Points of View
Freeing up your hands allows the freedom to move which in turn expedites the filming process. Connecting with the audience is a vital part of content creation and Loupe puts them right beside you– seeing directly from your point of view.
Loupe is a quick assist body rig for content creators who use smartphones for video capture and vlogging. We believe in the fast-recording process to aid the laborious task of shooting, scripting, editing, and posting content. Freeing up your hands allows the freedom to move which in turn expedites the filming process. Connecting with the audience is a vital part of content creation and Loupe puts them right beside you– seeing directly from your point of view.
It is designed keeping in mind the Generation Z. Teen Content creators, and Makers create tutorials, How to videos and Unboxing Videos for channels like You Tube.
Therefore, it is necessary for them to record videos, while they multitask and/or create their projects. Loupe provides a hands-free solution to shooting these videos, enabling them to save a lot of time in Post production and reducing the requirement to have a crew for shooting.
You are your One Man Crew. Loupe is stylish, convenient and low cost. It caters to all kinds of vloggers, from amateurs to professionals
It comes in a clear packaging, that lets the user touch and feel the product before they unbox it. It dis-assembles easily and can also be used without the shoulder support. The shoulder support is ergonomically designed to keep counter balance the weight and the flexibility of the cord. It is also a battery enabled phone charger with USB charging and cord storage.
Loupe elevates your experience of fast-recording and lets your audience see what you see.
They tested various apparatus from head mounted, neck, and waist mounted. The group developed their product in a tactile manner by purchasing over a half dozen similar products and components to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses in performance. They also sourced and experimented with various components to create the most robust producttesting the boundaries of materials, analyzing the structure and usability of each version. From classmates, to friends and family, the team continually got feedback on the versions of the product as it was being developed. With the latest version in-hand, it needs to be tested by the targeted user demographic under a Non-Disclosure Agreement for confidentiality in the next wave of testing.