The Selfascope™ is a patent pending device that captures “out of reach “ images by turning your phone and selfie stick into a periscope
We saw the need for the Selfascope™ when watching a golf tournament on TV. The crowd was gathered around the green, reaching over each other trying to get a picture of the golfer with their cell phones.
We envisioned a periscope reaching above the crowd much like a submarine periscope reaching above the surface of the water.
After many, many prototypes, we have a provisionally patented, two piece periscope system. It attaches to your phone and the base of your selfie stick.
We found a number of additional uses for the Selfascope™ when we were creating prototypes, and those are showcased in our videos.
A Different Perspective
With almost endless uses, the Selfascope™ is a fun and inexpensive way to capture unique images without a ladder or higher platform.
The Selfascope™ is commonly used for:
Looking into or above tall cupboards/light fixtures
Looking into Attics (hard to reach places)
How It Works
The Selfascope™ is essentially made of two pieces:
The top mirror which gently attaches to your phone
The bottom mirror which attaches to the base of your selfie stick
The bottom mirror shows exactly what is on your phone