At Macworld/iWorld 2013 in San Francisco, John Palmeri, the President and CEO of RHP Multimedia, shows us the MirrorCase, a case for your iPhone and iPad with a purpose: to allow you to take photos and video without looking like you’re taking photos or video. By strategically positioning a mirror under your iPhone or iPad’s camera, you can appear to be looking one way while shooting another. Useful for unobtrusive photography or videography, lectures or other situations where holding your iDevice in the traditional position would attract unwanted attention or be rude, the MirrorCase lets you get the job done discreetly.
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