Japanese company Muji is known for its minimalism when it comes to product design. That’s why when designer Forrest Radford was tasked to design a camera for the company, he came up with the simplest looking camera that comes with the latest high-end technology.
The small concept product is so simple that you only have to open it to use and close to turn it off. It doesn’t come with buttons. Instead, it requires a set of finger gestures from the user on the camera’s surface to function.
For specs, it features an 8MP camera with LCD screen, flash, accelerometer, processor, built-in 4GB flash storage, and Lithium Ion battery. For charging and transfer of data, it uses a mini-b USB.
If ever Muji is going to mass produce this camera in the future, they should consider slapping some Wi-Fi connectivity to better compete with smartphones. Other than that, this is perfect as a pure on-the-go point-and-shoot camera.