Capture180 - The Capture camera takes in a 180 degree hemisphere of image and stores information outside of the standard letterbox as metadata within each shot. Using position sensors, the camera's viewfinder can later become a living window into a still moment in time. Images can be recomposed long after they're shot... you can take a photo of fireworks and later turn to see the faces of the people sitting next to you. Unlock your photos and see what you've been missing.
Early sketching
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Concept Camera: Capture180

This concept investigates new ways to capture and view photographs. The central premise is a camera that captures an extremely wide-angle scene, but only shows a small un-warped portion of the image that looks like a regular photograph. The extra information in the photograph can be accessed later, allowing the image to be repositioned, cropped down or up, or allowing the user to "look around" in a virtual window experience.

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Lucas Ainsworth
UX and Industrial Designer at Intel Labs Santa Clara, CA