Concept T-Bike doubles as tripod
Bicycle designed by Reza Rachmat Sumirat lets users attach any make or model of camera between the bicycle's handlebars.
With the Tripod Bicycle, or T-Bike, you no longer have to lug around a heavy tripod while searching for photo opportunities on two wheels.
This concept bicycle, imagined by Indonesian designer Reza Rachmat Sumirat, lets users attach any make or model of camera between the bicycle's handlebars. There's also a panhead that lets your capture panoramas or panning shots of your subjects.
Three sliding bars can be used to adjust the height of the bicycle according to the cyclist's size. A kickstand on the front wheel helps stabilize the whole bike when it's being used as a tripod.
We do question its feasibility in real-world terms, where a bicycle may be too bulky in tight spaces, but it does seem like an interesting idea if it's of the foldable variety.