Capture 360-degree videos with this surveillance blazer

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Mariella Moon
October 18th, 2014
In this article: blazer, clothing, Korea, surveillance
Capture 360-degree videos with this surveillance blazer

If Google Glass and lifelogging cameras aren't enough to make you feel safe, then maybe what you really need is a surveillance blazer. See, nothing can get past the camera-dotted jacket above -- not when it can capture 360 videos of your environment and instantly upload it to the internet with the click of a button. Its Korean creator, Shinseungback Kimyonghun, believes all the cameras (controlled by an onboard Raspberry Pi) give off an "I can record you" warning, which can deter people from messing with you. It doesn't seem like he has plans to sell it en masse, though, so you might have to make your own if you desperately want one. Make sure to watch the video after the break, if that's the case, for more clues on how to get it done.

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