Surveillance jacket controlled by Raspberry Pi

South Korean artists Shin Seung Back and Kim Yung Hun, together with costume designer Jehee Sheen, have created a jacket embedded with dozens of cameras which can be used to capture a 360-degree picture of the wearer’s environment. At the touch of a button, all the pictures are taken, stitched together into a panorama and then uploaded to the web. Details of how this is put together aren’t available, but we do know that a Raspberry Pi is used to collate the images and upload them. Known as the “Aposematic Jacket”, this is just an art project at the moment! You can see a video of the jacket in action below. You can also visit the artists’ blog to see more photographs of the jacket.

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