Turn Yourself Into A Human Camera With This Helmet Device

Turn Yourself Into A Human Camera With This Helmet Device

Eric Sui aims to create joyful interactions with his ‘Touchy’ camera, which is activated by touching the wearer for 10 seconds.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 september 2012

Japanese artist Eric Siu’s project is a social interaction experiment that transforms a human into a camera. ‘Touchy‘ is a wearable helmet device composed of automated shutters, a functioning camera, and an interactive screen. The person wearing the device is blind until you touch them, opening the shutters and allowing them to take photos for you.

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