I think I have mentioned it many times before that I have a few friends who, when it comes to Photography, are in the elite layer of the amateurs. It sounds good yet horrible, I know, but I mean that in the very best way possible. The professional ones usually follow the mainstream and their photographs are more times than not quite boring and, for lack of a better word, plain. It’s when you are an amateur and just following your dreams that the best results are achieved. By that I mean it’s when we are unaware of the proper ways that we invent the new. You don’t want to use the camera the way it is really meant meant to be used because if you use it the way it’s not supposed to be used, people will start noticing your portfolio.
Sangik Lee knows exactly what this whole approach means because the innovation that has come from this brilliant mind is more than creative. If you have grown tired of listening to that shutter on your camera and are ready for some real adventures, then the Digimo Camera is definitely something for you. It will have you exploring new angles and new ways to portray the world. Digimo is basically a Technics Lego simulation package that offers great creativity.
Of course it has nothing to do with Lego, but it reminds me a little of it because of the way you are able to build your own camera setup using the many parts, cameras and remote control touch screens available. It looks like great fun, and I am sure that with this camera you can thrill, mesmerize and impress even the most seasoned photographer beyond the adventures of an ordinary life. All you have to do is be on the edge and build something that will enable you to explore the unexplored. Let your creativity run free and don’t be limited by the fancy functions of system cameras. Unfortunately, so far this is only on the concept design; however, with a bit of funding and a thriving fan club, this could be the next cool thing within photography, no doubt.
Via: [Yanko Design]