Photosensitive Stenope Digital Camera Concept by Damien Arlettaz ENSCI Les Ateliers

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On November 1, 2016
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Photosensitive Stenope Digital Camera Concept
Photosensitive Stenope Digital Camera Concept by Damien Arlettaz ENSCI Les Ateliers incorporates a number of modules: Stenope, Viewer, Make contact with Sheet, and Recollection. Stenope is a touchscreen digital camera. It uses the standard photograph format (Several x 6 inches); thus, your user shoots the image at a print-ready size. The interface offers straightforward explanations about light, movements, and depth, enabling the user to quickly understand the different parameters.

Stenope then disappears, serving like a control screen for all the additional modules: Viewer, Contact Sheet, and also Memory. Viewer makes it possible for users to make and present slideshows. Contact Sheet works similar to a stamp. This allows printing upon any even surface. The loading base for the paper can be in a Four x 6 inch structure. Memory could store upward to 12,000 images. Images are automatically downloaded by means of Wi-Fi and classified. This particular system forms a stack of things that represent one’s memories. It could take various forms according to its application and the user.
Design by Damien Arlettaz (ENSCI Les Ateliers) for red dot award

 

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