Lights…Action Camera

I may have gotten my wording confused, but it was for a reason. We have all witnessed the excitement of seeing some pretty amazing feats on surfboards, snowboards, race bikes and the like. The thrill of watching at a safe distance, allows the spectator to enjoy the action, but unfortunately the actual Rush from being in the moment is many times kept at arm’s reach. Now we can have a Rush like no other. Designer Martin Ruegg, has invited us with his invention to experience what most of us are too scared to experience for ourselves. RUSH is a new shockproof and waterproof action camera that allows shots to be taken from an entirely new perspective. Rush can be attached by using a helmet, body band, or suction cup. The camera is triggered by the use of a clickable ring worn on the index finger and can be activated with the press of the thumb. Now, any exciting action moment can be caught anytime, anywhere.

Designer: Martin Ruegg

20 Comments

  • Matthieu says:

    That’s pretty fun …..

    I want it !!!

  • Ryan White says:

    Looks great, my only concern is the ring…Mountain bikers have been known to completely skin their finger in a crash wearing a ring. I would opt for a bar-mounted button, alot safer.

  • jdehnert says:

    I agree with Ryan, there should be options to the ring for safety reasons. I do like the watch/monitor though. On a mountain bike you can use the handlebar mount for a Polaris heart monitor system to mount that on the bars as well so you never have to look at your wrist while riding.

    I’d like to get this on my race car, so i’d like to add the ability to use more that 1 camera and have them all synched to 1 master watch unit ( even if each camera needs its own watch unit to record to )

  • igreenspot says:

    love the watch, really cool. For the ring, just remove it please …

  • John Elliott says:

    Viosport and other companies already have similar products, but the wireless aspect of this is pretty attractive, butI have to agree with igreenspot: the ring is absurd. Most x-sports involve gloves anyway and having to start the footage a few seconds early doesn’t warrant another device.

    This multi-device setup also reminds me of Garmin’s wireless multi-component faux-gps system for fitness. Anyone remember the name?

  • Jason says:

    The ring could be moved to clip onto the handlebars right next to the brake, where his thumb is in picture #1.

  • Sasha says:

    Pretty cool, but most of this already exists at http://www.goprocamera.com

    Even the bike seat post mount, check out the video here shot with it:
    http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gopro+bobsled&search_type=

    Good ideas, though…

    • Ryan White says:

      It may exist…but it’s butt ugly…this is far more practical and nice looking

  • ConcepTrends says:

    I like the idea.

    With this tools you can record the scary moments

  • melody says:

    it already have the same concept in the market and it sells well in american. http://www.atc2k.com/

  • meneses says:

    “it already exist” ok designers stop doing chairs please, cmon!

  • Henri says:

    I see these are quite old posts but would any body know where to buy this camera? And do anybody have any experience using the action camera?

  • Nash says:

    does anyone know what the finished video will come out looking like?
    hd? 1280? 1080, 720 ?
    because the gopro's are 1080p i believe.
    i dont get how this camera can be MORE practical than another camera. personally as long as the cameras take videos or photos thn there just as practical.
    but too each to his own i guess

  • Nash says:

    does anyone know what the finished video will come out looking like?
    hd? 1280? 1080, 720 ?
    because the gopro's are 1080p i believe.
    i dont get how this camera can be MORE practical than another camera. personally as long as the cameras take videos or photos thn there just as practical.
    but too each to his own i guess

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