The point of your action camera is to capture your memories wherever you go. The key words there are “wherever you go”. That’s what the purpose of the WWWing is. Designed around a central camera-hub, the WWWing flies, floats, and locomotes. It does so using snap-on parts that give it ‘superpowers’ that your GoPro can only dream of.
The hub is central to the WWWing. It acts as a camera, battery pack, CPU, sensor unit, and your control unit. Attachments simply snap onto the hub, pairing instantly. Aptly named the X, H, and O, the attachments let your WWWing fly, drive, and sail respectively. The nomenclature comes from the type of attachment. X, referring to the drone’s X-shaped propellers, H to the H shape the WWWing takes when you snap the hovering units on, and O, derived from the O shaped hubless wheel attachments. Whether you’re in the mountains, or at a terrace party, or whether in the ocean or pool, or even walking around the streets, the WWWing is always by your side. It arms itself with a camera mounted on a rig that can rotate to constantly ‘aim’ at a given subject. In that regard, the WWWing is an action camera done right, because unlike its competition, it takes into account its usage scenarios very seriously. Too bad it’s just a concept though!
Designers: J2MN. & Seyon Kim