According to wired ”Tim Gushue’s Infinite Loop is a tablet stand that is flexible both literally and metaphorically. If you ever used a “flexible curve” for drawing or woodworking, you’ll be familiar with the design.The Infinite Loop is a four-foot strip of bendy plastic with a pair of metal cores running through. The combination lets you bend the strip into any shape and it will hold it with enough stiffness to support a tablet computer.Thus you can make easels appropriate for any surface, and set the tablet at any angle. The Loop also comes with a cross-strap for extra security (see the pictures above) and also suction cup, for when you really want to make sure your tablet falls out.Gushue has also made the Mini Loop, a two-foot long version which coils up like a king cobra and supports a phone at the top with its suction cup. Both roll up tight into a small, portable coil, like a licorice wheel”.
Source : designboom