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The Smabow Baseball Cap Lets You Mount Your Smartphone on It

by Conner Flynn
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One reason that Google Glass failed was that the headset had a built-in camera, so people felt weird about you recording video and taking photos of other people without them knowing about it. Just mount your smartphone to a baseball cap, and be up-front about your video taking. Thanks to Japan, you can!

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The Smabow baseball cap is simply a baseball cap that has a mount for either a smartphone or camera. That’s it. Simple. Wear it and do your thing.

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According to the product listing on Japan Trend Shop, it’s “designed to fit almost all smartphones (all the iPhones, all the Galaxy S-es, all the Sony Xperias, and so on) as well as GoPro cameras. The Smabow Camera Hat allows you to shoot all those cool and dramatic first-person videos you see everywhere these days, leaving your hands free.” Sweet!

I guess it would be good for people who vlog a lot, or for travelers who don’t want to hold onto their cameras. It sounds great, if you don’t mind paying $42(USD) for a cap.

[via Ubergizmo]



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