When used with the a mini-tripod, like the Gorillapod, the ArchMount is a flexible stand for tabletop use at home or office, for activities such as hands-free Skype, or as an extra monitor. When used with taller tripods, the ArchMount enables well-controlled capture of audio and HD video. The ArchMount’s portability is appealing to travelers and for remote reporters. Solo video bloggers can use ArchMounts to incorporate iPads as front-facing monitors for photography and video recording.
The ArchMount securely grasps the iPad without damaging it and without compromising the beauty of the iPad’s artfully crafted engineering. “The concept was to show the world that tablet computers can be more than just e-readers, or on-the-go internet devices,” says Steve. Travelers can pack a tripod to turn their iPad into a stable camera or video recorder. Video content creators for social media have been testing the ArchMount for use as a teleprompter and video blogging tool.
A strong emphasis is the all-in-one aspect of the iPad for uses such as:
· Taking stable shots of family memories in HD
· Hands-free Skyping and Facetime
· An extra computer or camera monitor
· A Portable kiosk or lectern
· Document and photo scanning (horizontally mounted)
· Stop-motion animation
· Time-lapse photography
· Citizen journalism
· Indie movie making
· Sheet music and script reading
· Many other uses when paired with a mini-tripod such as the Gorillapod
The ArchMount is available for preorder through Kickstarter at ArchMount.com for a limited time, at a reduced price. Those interested in owning an ArchMount should visit http://www.kickstarter.com/
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