By Hyunjin Choi
Linkflow, a Born2Global member company, won an accolade with FITT360, a 360-degree neckband type camera, in the Good Design Award on October 2nd. Good Design Award is one of the most renowned global design awards along with Red Dot Design Award, the International Design Excellence Awards, and iF Design Award. The winners are determined based on how they demonstrate excellence in originality, proposal power, aesthetics, and level of completion while raising the standards in modern product design and positioning as future model design.
Prior to this recognition, Linkflow has been selected in the major design awards. FITT360 was named as the CES Innovation Award Honoree in the Digital Imaging & Photography category for two consecutive years. It has also received a 2017 Good Design Gold Minister Award and Red Dot Product Design Award, as well as the IDEA 2018 Bronze award.
FITT360 is the world’s first neck wearable camera preserving 360-degree full viewpoint with only three cameras on the neckband. It captures first-person-view both in pictures and videos without using hands, even allowing users to share their life in real-time on the social media such as YouTube and Facebook. It has a good reputation with a thin and human engineering design.
“It is honorable to prove competitiveness and excellence of our product through the top-notch global design award again. For the design to maximize UX, we will strive to improve our technology to provide the best 360-degree wearable cameras meeting the customers’ expectations,” said Junse Kim, Product Design Director of Linkflow.