Beyond being an everyday essential accessory, wallets quickly evolve into an identity artifact of every individual. They get so personal, that the only thing we could compare them to, in terms of identity properties, is to smartphones! Curious enough, wallets are rarely bought by the user itself; and rather received as gifts by friends or family. In fact, they tend to be replaced as the result of receiving a new one.
In some cultures, there is a symbolic act related to luck and upcoming wealth. When a wallet is given as a gift, people usually include a bit of cash in them (the amount is not important although some people enjoy giving a bit too much). This symbolizes that one hopes that the wallet is never left out empty, and that can be extrapolated to credit and debit cards too! Not from giving one, but you the idea.
Have you ever wondered how odd would it be to have a minimalist designed wallet filled with coins and other random stuff? Well, that could possibly be the case if you'd be able to travel back in time with your current wallet to, hmmm, let's say the fifteenth or even nineteenth century.
The other day, we were just hanging around and this quite goofy idea aroused into the chit chat. If time traveling was possible in an elegant and non-risky kind of way, which could be the quirks of mimicking with the local culture from the past?
A couple of weeks ago, DJI announced a very much expected piece of image-related gear, the Pocket 2 camera. This is a state of the arte gimbal camera that continues on the Osmo tradition left behind by original DJI Pocket gimbal.
As expected, the DJI Pocket 2 is the perfect lightweight companion for the creative content creator who needs a compact solution that can easily fit on any pocket you could think of. Version 2 delivers 4K/60fps video, comes with a 64MP imaging sensor, and DJI Matrix Stereo technology for you to easily dive into film-making right away from the box.