This 2D camera looks like an etched piece of wood that in no way, shape or form could possibly snap a real picture. However, this camera ironically named 'Not-A-Camera' is fully capable of capturing HD images, videos and picking up sound.
A New York-based designer named Olivia Barr created the camera with her 101-year-old grandmother in mind. She wanted to make her a light camera that she could wear around her neck. Thus, the camera is laser-cut, is only half an inch thick and can be worn as a necklace.
The unrecognizable tech-gadget also comes with a mirrored front version for those who like snapping a selfie. People would't even notice the self-snapping and would probably just think you are checking out your necklace.
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