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    3rd eye camera

    Not practical, but fascinating nonetheless...

    http://www.boyofblue.com/cameras/3rd...04.html#anchor
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    Re: 3rd eye camera

    I would say they are practical. They create images don't they?

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    Re: 3rd eye camera

    Disturbed is more like it. I'm all for creative freedom, but there are things that should never see the light of day and this guy's stuff qualifies. Seriously, using a 150-year old skull to make a pinhole camera? And what is the point of making a camera that contains HIV positive blood? This is the same reason I stopped reading Clive Barker. The cameras just creep me out and I sure don't want my kids seeing that. They'd be in therapy for months.
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