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Shutter Button VS Haptic Zones

Saturday, Nov 7 2020

Smartphone cameras are ubiquitous around the world. However, there is a problem, almost every smartphone manufacturer and application developer requires users to use an antiquated touchscreen shutter button in order to capture video and photo on their mobile devices. Now they use a variety of gestures, styles in order to capture an image or video; but nevertheless, the gesture is either inconsistent and impractical or you still have to interact with a tiny ass button at the bottom of your display screen to capture video or photo. From billion-dollar social media apps to popular camera apps found in your app store. All seem to rely on a rigid, low accessible, non-flexible video and photo capture method requiring the user to use a small touchscreen button. Why? Why should a user have to tap or hold a tiny button in order to capture a video or photo? It makes no sense; even more so, requiring users to manually switch from one mode to another and THEN having to tap or hold a tiny button at the bottom of their display screen is absurd. Not only is it absurd, but it's also time-consuming. We all know timing is EVERYTHING when capturing the moment, it’s so time-consuming the moment you were hoping to capture could be gone by the time you switch from “photo” to “video” mode; more or less tapping or holding a tiny button at the bottom of your display screen. There is an easier way, that easier way is called Haptic Zones Technology.

We have a large task on our hands. The task of converting every smartphone camera user in the world; and that is 3.5 billion of them, from the antiquated, rigid touchscreen shutter button technology to the most advanced fastest, most flexible, and accessible camera technology in the world, Haptic Zones. Whether on a smartphone or used as a camera controller for your drone or surveillance system, capturing video and photo should NEVER be cumbersome or rigid for users. It should be accessible and as simple as holding ANYWHERE on your touchscreen to capture video or simply double-tapping ANYWHERE on your touchscreen to snap a photo. No need to toggle between camera modes, just one single haptic zone used to capture both video and photo, simple, easy, and accessible for everyone.

Reinventing the Camera Experience