Add some nostalgia to your digital photography
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The “Emotoscope” by Kenichi Okada (a student in the Design Interactions department at the Royal College of Art) is a portable device that turns current digital photography and filmmaking into relics from the past. His device shoots video as if it were taken from a Super 8 film camera from the 1950s and 60s. The idea is to instill a sense of the past into today’s often sterile photographic process. Check out the videos at the link below to get the full effect.

Emotoscope, [via]

6 thoughts on “Add some nostalgia to your digital photography

  1. No offense, but this looks like an out of the way high school science fair project that does little more than add some scanlines and a TV shaped Vignette around the edges of any photo….with a wooden box around it.

    Way better than this can and has be done in photoshop to age a photo. Now if he actually made a device that used the lens optics of a classic camera from the 1800s and burned that image into a digital chip – that would be cool!

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