Inventors Build Cameras To Shoot Never-Before-Seen Footage [Video]

Inventors Build Cameras To Shoot Never-Before-Seen Footage [Video]

ECAL students were prompted during a workshop to build an apparatus that created videos under new conditions.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 october 2013

A group of students at ECAL, the art and design school in Switzerland, were prompted to build camera devices to produce never-before-seen videos. In response, these young inventors created products like a water-filled translucent sphere to shoot underwater images above water and on dry land, and a device that attaches to a hat to capture footage as it swings around the photographer.

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