touchy - the funky human camera from japan

Developed by Eric Siu, Tomohiko Hayakawa, and Carson Reynolds, Touchy (The human camera) is a phenomenological social interaction experiment that focuses on the relationship of giving and receiving by literally transforming a human into a camera. Touchy is a camera that's placed on the head and only takes pictures when the wearer is physically touched. Each touch opens shutter like eye-holes and take photos. If the person keeps holding on to the touch of that person, then the camera will take a shot every ten seconds. According to the video above the Touchy is also the newest way for nerdy men to pick up cute women. For more Touchy info check out

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