Edit Other People’s Photos With A Social, Collaborative Camera

Edit Other People’s Photos With A Social, Collaborative Camera
Arts & Culture

A new wireless device allows you to send pictures from camera to camera making the device a sharing platform.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 4 april 2012

The Apollon brings a social, collaborative element to documenting spaces and events, with a camera that interacts and draws from others devices of its kind nearby.

A final master project of Industrial Design student Gordon Tiemstra; the recently-developed device wirelessly connects and sends pictures to surrounding Apollon cameras, providing unique processing opportunities.  With multiple cameras (and perspectives), the Apollon software allows users to create panoramas and video-style 3D GIFs, whilst encouraging further photographic innovation through endless camera configurations.

Watch the promo video below to see how it works:


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