Patrick O’Neil, the CEO of olloclip, shows off the newest olloclip, a complete redesign for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The new form factor allows not only for the trademark wide-angle, fish-eye and two different macro lenses to be used to improve the versatility of the great new cameras, but also lets you use the wide-angle and fish-eye lenses for some unique selfies. Patrick explains how the new design came about, the new options you have to carry your olloclip, and why a particular design decision was made that will come into full play when they release their new phone case.
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Patrick O’Neil is the CEO of olloclip. He invented the multiple lens system for iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices, has testified before Congress on the topic of 3D printing, and was named Entrepreneur of the Year for 2013. You can follow Patrick on Twitter.