Get a Feel for Photography

Unless you’re a professional photographer, even the simplest of digital cameras can be perplexing with all those complex features! The Autodidactic Camera focuses on our tactile senses, using textured adjustment rings to make simple changes like brightness, framing, blur, and contrast. See your adjustments in real time on the simple angled interface/viewfinder before uploading to Facebook, emailing, or uploading to an online album directly from the device!

Designer: Adrien Guerin

10 Comments

  • marko says:

    very creative, I like the design and usefulness

  • John says:

    I love this concept. Perhaps a good example of what an advanced lightfield camera might look like when biological sensors hit the shelves. Am glad someone is rethinking camera controls. As a photographer and tutor, current modern cameras do not do us any favours. Keep the ideas flowing.

  • John says:

    I love this concept. Am glad someone is rethinking camera controls. As a photographer and tutor, current modern cameras do not do us any favours. Keep the ideas flowing.

  • random says:

    how are you going to self take with a camera designed in this kind of shape?

  • Kemal says:

    kickstarter pls

  • Iv An says:

    Is it for plain user? Make it smaller then, it should be as portable as modern cheap devices, i.e. 100 to 200 cubic centimeters. But… what’s about convenience after making the thing smaller?

    Is it for prosumers? No tripod mount, no bed for a flash, no thread for filters, no mount for lens hood — nothing!

    Is it for kids? Maybe, it’s a nice toy. However, toy should be cheap so optics should be much smaller, and toy should be child-resistant, so the newcover will inevitably compete with GoPro, Highscreen and others — good luck.

  • karan shah says:

    amazing concept …keep those bulbs glowing !

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