A designer has looked at the human field of vision, our optical sensory and the brain's perception of images to help him create the Human Eye Camera.
When light hits the eye of the camera, designed by George Milde, it is spread via a prism onto three sensors. You are also given the option to use the RAW format which, like the human eye, has a variable focal length. Because the camera lacks a “brain” the final images look like they are stitched together and curved.
A video showing the animation can be found on ePHOTOzine.tv.
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