"Artist Eric Siu has created a wearable camera that blinds a user until they're touched by someone else. Touchy has two giant shutters that remain closed without human contact; once the helmet's sensors detect touch, the shutters spring open, Siu's eyes are illuminated, and the blindness is temporarily lifted until the connection is broken. If someone maintains contact for 10 sec, a photo is taken by the camera mounted on the front of Touchy, which is then displayed on a screen round the back." Concept Camera, Quirky Camera, Camera Gears, Wearable Camera, Experiment, Photos App, Human Camera, Eye Shutters, Future Camera
Centr is a palm-sized panoramic camera that you allows you to use your smartphone or tablet to take 360-degree HD video.
This new iPhone dock does more than charge your device. Using motion tracking technology, the dock rotates to follow your movements while using the iPhone camera, making it perfect for filmmaking or using Facetime while your hands are full.