How To Make Video Calls Without Having Front Face Camera Mobile Phone

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Internet and network Infrastructure are going through drastic transformation across the globe and people are becoming more fascinated towards visual discussion rather voice one. Gadgets are becoming more and more software oriented and softwares are leading further towards the Excellency. Therefore, dependency on hardware, for various execution, is gradually decreasing. Following the same trend, now all mobile phones owners who were missing the charm of video calls due to absence of front face camera on their handset, can now enjoy the facility just by using a small mirror stand which substitutes rare came with front facing one.

Vainwork, company who has developed such a small device (rather call replicator mirror), takes the rear-facing camera on your smartphone and turns it into a front-facing one. Vainwork stand works with combination of a third party application- Bingo. Users need to place their mobile phone on Vainwork stand and the side mirror will transform your mobile phone’s rare camera to act as front one with the help of Bingo.

Though, it will be little uncomfortable to carry such stand every time and everywhere, but this surely adds value to your mobile and allows you to be comfortable with video chat, especially when you see the same functionality with other smartphones pre-loaded with front facing camera.

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To make it further adoptable, Vainworks has tagged it stand with just $17.95 in addition to $5 for shipping. Here is an interactive video which showcases the functionality of such mirror / stand / device.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlHTjD87Shs&feature=player_embedded

However, there are few limitations and guidelines before anyone owns this product. The manufacture suggests that the camera be 1/2 inch or less from the side of the body of the phone for it to work in portrait mode. The camera needs to be 1/2 inch away from the top of the device to work in landscape mode. If the camera is 1/2 to 3/4 inch away from the phone’s body, the Stand will be usable but some part of the camera might show up in the picture. If the camera is more than 3/4 inches from the phone’s body, the Stand will not be useful. That means if your mobile holds the rare camera at centre of the phone ( horizontally) such stand is not going to be helpful for you.

People can get more information or order Vainwork mirror from here.

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