The Ubi-Camera developed by Japan’s institute of advanced media arts and science (IAMAS), lets you frame shots by using your fingers. You zoom in and out by moving it away from your face.
The tiny hi-tech camera fits onto one index finger, while the shutter is tripped with the thumb of the other hand.
Ubi-Camera functions with an infrared finder that uses your face to determine the zoom.
‘When you take a photo with your face close to the camera, you get a wide-angle shot,’ says the team.
‘If you move it further away, it zooms in and you get a close-up shot.’