Razer Air Fleet sports camera fan project

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ErwinC, Oct 24, 2016.


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  1. ErwinC

    ErwinC Member

    Hi I am Erwin Chen, this time I'm bringing the Razer Air Fleet sports camera project. Screenshot (62).png Screenshot (63).png Screenshot (64).png
    The camera is pretty small but it has two lens in the front, one is a wide angle 20.7 MP Sony Exmor RS with G lens and the other is a 23MP long-distance Sony Exmor RS with G lens. Also I the front there is a torch light composed of LEDs, this enables user to shoot In dim light which can't be done with normal sports cameras. On the right there is the Razer logo and on the left there is a little screen which the user can use to change settings, on the back there is the start/stop button and a small screen which shows current status and can be used to focus and zoom. The Camera is made of rubber and acrylic. It has IP65/68 water and dust proof level. Estimated sell price is 499 USD
  2. TheGurgeMan7

    TheGurgeMan7 Well-Known Member

    Why dont you actually render the product or at least crop the image. Doesnt look professional with all the side stuff.

    Also, do you do this just for fun, or do you expect razer to do something with it?
  3. ErwinC

    ErwinC Member

    First of all my computer is too bad for rendering, I'm looking for a solution and I'm gonna render it as soon as I can, I do expect razer to do something to the phone projects, at least I want them to consider making a phone, but mostly it is just for fun
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2016
  4. Remamian

    Remamian Well-Known Member

    Normally i'm not a grammar nazi, however, Razer is spelled all over this page.... Kind of important if you are wanting to make Razer products.
  5. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Well, first of all, I don't want to be rude. I have seen all your projects, and I must say that you can't make a good design. All your projects look bulky and...awful. Don't get me wrong. If you love what you do, then keep going. But if I ware you I would change the design, it doesn't look modern in any way. This was just my opinion, we are all here because of reason #FGBG :)
  6. Remamian

    Remamian Well-Known Member

    As with most projects initial mock-ups start off very bulky and not 'modern'. Once rough concept is decided it moves on to polishing, and usually the final product never looks anything like the rough copy. ErwinC doesnt have any finished/finalized/polished products or projects for us to see to compare to.

    Someone who draws/paints, often starts with a very rough sketch, then line-art, then flat colors, then cell or blended shading, then final product. We are all on the very backend of this project. I'm not trying to justify anything, and i dont know if ErwinC plans to push past this stage or if the vision is his/her head looks any different. Just facts of what happens normally with these sorts of things.

    One of those "Have some imagination" situations. Just like people who alpha-test video games with 10,000 game-breaking bugs. They have to sift through all the junk to determine if the final polished product is going to meet expectations.
  7. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Of course you are right. As o said it was my opinion. No one starts as a perfect designer :)
  8. Remamian

    Remamian Well-Known Member

    I get ya! And I hope what i said applies to ErwinC, Just wish we could see some of his finished projects to compare to.
  9. ErwinC

    ErwinC Member

    Thank you for backing me up, I am currently looking for a good computer to do the render, also I am planning to 3d print them. I am learning 3ds max because sktechup is actually not so good for designing something so small.:)
  10. ErwinC

    ErwinC Member

    Yes I admit they are rough, this is just how sketchup is, I am trying to fix this issue, but not modern? I don't agree, yes some of them may have controversial design, but they are based on modern products, for example, the first one I posted (razer katana) is kind of a mish mash of the sony xperia z series (which I'm using now) and Nokia Lumia 920 (which I used in the past). The Sabre family is based on the Moto Z, the Razer Blade Pro project is basically the design of the real Razer Blade pro, the hinge design was borrowed from HP Envy 13, this sports camera is based on Sony's design. All the designs I referenced to is from 2010 and later, if you think these designs are bulky and awful, then I can only say you have a unusual taste of design, which can be good. But if you think that they're not modern then you must be on another timeline.
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