I absolutely hate it when Eliot stands on a ladder to measure something. I have to look the other way. Now that I think about it, there should be a law that people over a certain age should not be allowed to climb on a ladder.
I know that will never happen, but maybe Eliot will consider the iPin Spatial Ruler made specifically for the iPhone. All you have to do is plug the iPin Spatial into the headphone jack, download the app, and you have a laser measuring device. The developers say it is quite accurate. Watch the video to be amazed.
The iPin Spatial Ruler is presently in a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The company raised over $100,000 so far, even though they only asked for $25,000. That means this product will be in high demand. They have 11 days to go. The iPin Spatial Ruler should be ready to ship October 16th. Targeted price is $59.00.
A tutorial video shows you how to calibrate and measure. The iPin features a zoom feature on the touchscreen to precisely scan your measurements.
The big question is what will the company do when the iPhone reportedly eliminates its headphone jack in the future? Rumors have been circulating for months that Apple is planning to incorporate Bluetooth wireless earbuds in the new iPhone 7.
The iPin folks said not to worry. They have something in the works.