Zimbabwean product designer Brian Matanda has developed a dazzling camera for capturing images leaving an emotional attachment to the users. Through the medium of selective photography, the camera dubbed the ‘Time Capture’ extends the life and liveliness of every image. Well, the Time Capture has been designed with a goal to create a bond between the photographer and the subject.
Matanda has designed the Time Capture in two parts: a traditional style camera and a viewer. The first part is expected to take images. It sports a sensor and other basic camera parts for capturing images. Meanwhile, the viewer is a device with a touchscreen display, which shows the images from the camera through wireless connectivity. You can simply transfer the images from the camera to the viewer putting them in proximity.
The camera part of Time Capture doesn’t come with an LCD display like the traditional digital cameras. And so, users can only view the images captured on the viewer. Well, it is the only access point to the images that you take on the camera. The viewer’s touchscreen interface helps you surf through the images, which are transferred to the viewer through wireless technology.
Matanda has designed the Time Capture camera system as a tough and strong keepsake. The body is of the device is made of a mix of sand blasted aluminum and refined teak. The camera’s archetypal form, of course, offers it an aesthetic beauty. The camera project is a great sustainable design, which is made in an unconventional way, though. Matanda is currently a design student at the University of Dundee, Scotland.