Light -- it's the most important factor and feature with which a photographer works. The Flash3 Camera celebrates this with a surface that illuminates entirely, each time a picture is taken.
Dani Clode conceived a witty design that references the device's paradox when it comes to light. The invention was manufactured as a chamber meant to keep all light out, and yet it's absence before the lens wouldn't capture a subject more detailed than a black wall.
Playfully, the Flash3 Camera doesn't just cast rays upon the scene and figures in front of it but it emits a glow from five of its sides to brighten a whole room briefly. Taking a cubic shape, the gadget produces square pictures that can be scrolled through with the an LCD touchscreen on the back.