Except, it also has an actual camera built in. The imagery is etched into the wood, but tucked into a pocket in the wood hides a camera that can take 3.5MB photos with 8GB of onboard memory.
Barr lives in Prospect Heights. She took part with the NYC Resistor partnership with the Brooklyn Ballet, which we wrote about here. The first Not-A-Camera was given to her grandma, as a way to easily take photos, which is something she has come to like to do in later years.-30-
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