The concept of the Flexer Digital Camera is supposed to be a proposal for a low-cost piece of photographic equipment that can be used by children in developing countries. You would, therefore, not expect it to be particularly innovative.
It will surprise you to learn that designer MinSoon Kim envisions the use of a liquid silicone lens that can easily change shape, allowing you to take regular pictures and those with a fish-eye effect. Essentially functioning as a distorting wide-angle lens, the cutting-edge feature can snap expansive scenes.
A display on the back of the Flexer Digital Camera enables you to preview your images. A wheel integrated into one corner is an eco-friendly charging mechanism that works when you roll it back and forth.