Perversion takes many forms, and the innovations below celebrate most of them. From peeping tom photography and voyeuristic pop art to bizarre global products like vending machines that sell used underwear, there's a growing market that caters to the fringe of society.
Take a look at the unusual innovations that celebrate perversion below.
Implications - In this age of information, everything is shared and accepted amongst a group of people, even if that particular group is very niche. Thus, consumers are becoming much more open-minded, with even the most odd, unconventional things becoming less taboo. Even the nature of sexuality is changing, with perversion being accepted as a simple part of human nature for some.
From Peeping Tom Perversion to Underwear Vending Machines
'Is This Your Luggage?' Collects Lost Bags from Airports
The Magic Apartment Light
Creepy Voyeuristic Virals
LG Phone Ad Proves Touch Screens Make Women Obey
Kia Soul Ad Campaign Gives Mobsters a Sneak Peek Inside
High Tech Peeping Toms
HBO's Virtual Voyeurism
Anti-Pervert Shot Guard Underwear
Blocks IR Cameras
Personified Trees With Eyes
Voyeurs in Nature
Lanvin's Spring 2010 Menswear Has Stalker Styling Notes
Street View Invades Privacy
The Glass Pyramid House by Yukihide Mizuno
Protesting Peeping Toms
Clothed Tourist Sparks “Mini-Riot” at White Cockatoo
Voyeuristic Pop Art
Shag's Peeping Toms
Perverse Arcade Games
Japanese Claw Machine Lets You Grab Boobies of Your Choice
Pervert-Proofing Cell Phone Cameras
3G iPhone in Japan
Used Underwear Vending Machines
In Japan, Everything Goes
Gigapixel Photography's Vancouver Yaletown Condos
Beate Uhse TV Ads for Parental Controls and Supervision
Nikon S60 Camera Face Detection
Peeping Tom Photography
'Someone is Watching You' in Out Magazine
Perversely Pretty Photography
Sarah Sitkin's 'Morbid Sense of Humor' Exhibits Just That
Photoworkers Use Voyeuristic Bathroom Pictures for New Calendar
Peep Into 'The Transparent City'
Fondling Breasts For AIDS
Could Perversion Save The World?