Have you ever wanted a third eye? If you did, you would want it to be subtle and out of the way, right?
Well, an Indiegogo campaign has been started for the "3RDi" camera, which is a camera that is located square in the middle of the user's forehead and is aimed at helping users capture their lives.
The device itself is held in place via a headband, and as the name suggests, the device is aimed at being the user's third eye, capturing the moments of the user's day. Users can opt to just take a photo or video, and it connects to the user's smartphone to enable users to see these moments.
The concept itself of enabling users to capture their lives is fair enough, however, the execution of it just looks a little silly, and the camera itself is very obvious. The Indiegogo campaign is aiming to raise a massive $250,000, which makes things appear even more far-fetched. At the time of this writing, the campaign had raised $1,414 of its goal, however, it does still have 41 days to go.
The device itself is a little bare bones right now, however, the company has promised that it will expand on the features it offers. If the 3RDi is something you think you would be interested in, you can head to the Indiegogo campaign page and pledge at least $194 to get your own headset.