The captured images are wirelessly sent to a separate viewer, which is the only way you can look at them.

Brian Matanda, a Product Design student at the University of Dundee in Scotland, has created ‘Timeless Capture,' a concept camera that aims to force an emotional attachment to the user through the medium of selective photography.

The project attempts to approach sustainable design in an unconventional way by focusing more on the value and the role the product plays in the user’s life.

Timeless Capture is made up of a camera and a viewer, with captured photos sent wirelessly to the viewer once the camera is nearby. The touch-screen viewer is also the only way to see the images as the camera has no LCD display. It has limited storage capacity so the user is encouraged to take control of the content. Click through to see pictures of the concept camera:

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