Get Hands Free Selfies With The Award Winning CamMe App
Want to create the perfect selfie without having the wing span of a professional basketball player, then the CamMe app was created especially for you.
The iOS app uses gesture controls to help users take selfies from up to 16 feet away — without having to touch their device.
Unlike Snapchat or other photo-taking apps, CamMe relies on gestures to control an iOS device’s shutter. To take a selfie, users simply raise their hand and make a fist, which triggers a three-second shutter timer.
The app is a product of Israel-based PointGrab, a company specializing in gesture-recognition software for PCs, televisions and mobile devices.
“It’s our goal to make gesture control available across all platforms, laptops, TVs and mobile,” PointGrab CEO Assaf Gad said in a statement. “CamMe is just an example of the easy and practical way gesture technology is becoming a part of every consumer-electronics user’s life.”
Users can also take a photo booth-style selfie, which includes three successive photos that are arranged on a film strip, or a “FunShot,” which inserts selfies into colorful cutouts of well-known characters and locations.
Selfie app CamMe won the “most innovative app” award at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Tuesday. The award was one of several given out by MWC organizer GSMA, as part of its 2014 Global Mobile Awards.
CamMe is available in the iOS App Store.