Maker Jon Bumstead claims to have created a camera based off of the Raspberry Pi that captures images and videos using time as one of its dimensions.
How this works is explained in the .gif below, where a standard picture of the Eiffel Tower is altered by the effects of time.
The physical unit Bumstead made uses a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with an 8 megapixel camera housed in a 3D printed case. Make sure you watch this video showing the camera off to see how the physical project captures its unique imagery.
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