Sporty Evoflow

Sporty Evoflow

Question is, do you want to focus on having a great time skiing the slopes or do you want to get distracted with unnecessary photography setups? Sony EVOFLOW Concept Camera is the ideal solution if your focus is on good times. Just strap it on and take the plunge… the rest the cam will do for you.

0 Designer: Romain Guillame

One Hand Snap

One Hand Snap

The OHS or One Hand Snap is a design allows you to click pictures with a SLR camera, using one hand only. Basically it is intended for those with only one upper limb, but I can see it being used in many situations. Typically using an SLR Camera efficiently requires the usage of both the hands. One is for setting the shutter speed, aperture value and releasing the shutter, the other is for focusing and zooming. OHS makes the single-hand operation a breeze!

0 Designer: Xing Dawei (Dave Xing)

Who Moved My Cheese

Who Moved My Cheese

The Cheese Camera is an initiative to educate and empower the young children, though the world of photography. This community initiative hopes to forge friendships across borders. It aims to give an insight into the cultural and social background of children from across the globe. The DIY camera is supposed to be used by children to take pictures of their life and then the memory card to be collected and exchanged by the community. Donations, cheese and a sense of belonging have been tied up neatly with this project.

0 Designer: Jae Jin Lee

Simply The Braun Pivo

Simply The Braun Pivo

Question: How to combine the technical features of a reflex camera with the reduced size of a compact?

Answer: The Amazingly beautiful self-exploration work by designer Pierre Francoz

0 Designer: Pierre Francoz

We encourage you to graffiti!

We encourage you to graffiti!

Psychologists have studied vandalism for years and found that boredom, peer pressure and revenge are often the cause. But it’s often overlooked that it’s also kinda fun! Just ask Banksy! This picture frame concept, Vadalijst, allows you to insert your favorite photos and vandalize them by doodling silly things with a whiteboard marker. Mustaches, monocles, capes and more… the options are endless!

0 Designer: Brian Khouw

Not Everything is as it Seems!

Not Everything is as it Seems!

Almost impossible to spy as a camera, the Twitch cam doubles as an attractive wearable pendant for easy access. In contrast to today’s complex personal cameras, Twitch has straightforward functionality. Simple lift up and the built-in accelerometer activates the “on” function. Twist the front to focus, and snap away! Lift it up again to turn it off. Crafted from European beech and polished aluminum, it’s a clever way to compliment your wardrobe and ensure you never miss a moment! 

0 Designer: Jess Hunt

Xtreme Sports Cam

Xtreme Sports Cam

For those who like to push themselves to the limits, there is no greater moment of glory when they reach the summit, catch that spectacular wave or climb the extremely difficult rock face. Extreme sports thrill but capturing the action from the doer’s perspective gets easier with the Lobster-x Wearable Camera for Extreme Sports. The design features a rolling band in camera construction, which the user can fasten on any part of their body such as head, arm or ankle. Flexible hinges let you feel comfortable wearing it.

0 Designer: Soohun Jung

iClick Good Pictures With iCamera

iClick Good Pictures With iCamera

Amidst many iWatch and iPhone 5S / iPhone 6 rumors, we have here the iCamera Concept. A total figment of creative imagination that sparks a debate amongst Apple Fanboys and girls! Straightforward and intuitive, I like what I see and think of it as a well inspired idea. What do you think?

0 Designer: Tomas Moyano

Very Intuitive Camera

Very Intuitive Camera

CMY(si-mee) is a very intuitive camera with simple functions. Pulling it out of its protective case means turning it on; pushing it back in – yes, turning it off! If you need to zoom, then simply twist the crank on the side. Rotating it outward means zooming out, while inward means zooming in. The only button on this camera is the shutter, just push it down to take a picture or swivel to a desired duration, like a kitchen timer, to take a self-timed photo. Remind us of the Polaroid days, the camera comes with a self-printer.

0 Designer: Yanika Tinaphongs

The Whole Picture

The Whole Picture

How about a camera that splits into two and allows you to take a picture of your subject and yourself! The DUO is just this concept and I think it’s pretty clever. It features a separable camera with synchronized triggers so that you get to take the perfect picture. Essentially the photographer is the subject too!

0 Designer: Chin-Wei Liao

For Instagram Addicts!

For Instagram Addicts!

Love your Instagrams?! Well, now there’s an entirely new way to show off your mad photo skills. Send up to 9 of your favorites to Projecteo and they’ll develop them on 35mm film and send you a custom wheel along with the tiniest projector you’ve ever seen. Just turn it on to project them at parties or set the mood at your pad. It’s the quickest way to become Instafamous! Get it here.

0 Designer: MINTDIGITAL

Lil'bitty Light Sensor

Lil’bitty Light Sensor

Access to a good light meter can make or a break a photo, but the designs are often bulky, archaic in user-friendliness, and expensive. The Lumu light meter is reduced to the size of the round sensor, eliminating the need for a separate handheld device. Instead, it works with your smartphone using a dedicated app for taking luminance measurements with a spectral response sensor that works like the human eye. Why not, since you already have your phone with you?!

0 Designer: Lumu Labs

Record and Relive Your Entire Life!

Record and Relive Your Entire Life!

The problem with our fancy gadgets and social media is that it’s now easier than ever to get lost in documenting experiences rather than just experiencing them! While you’re clicking the record button, life is passing you by! This far-out video recording concept, the Nikon LIN, aims to capture life’s experiences without distraction, allowing the user to live freely and relive the experience later in 3D. How?! With a flying camera that floats above your head and wearable glasses cam that together see everything you see! DO WANT!

0 Designer: Tommaso Gecchelin