Playing with the idea of the third eye, which is also known to be mystical or an invisible eye; we started to think about what this means and how it relates to cameras. That being said, we created a helmet with an attached DSLR camera. The camera is triggered wirelessly through a microcontroller and PIR motion sensors. Every time the PIR motion sensor detects motion, it snap a photograph. The pictures taken by our "helmet" are mostly out of focus and blurry. We placed the camera in a field of vision that is uncommon (backwards). This adds another perspective to this notion we are trying to convey, much like an extended vision.
I put on the helmet and walked around Maker Faire. As I was walking, the camera statered going crazy with the amount of motion it detected. It started snapping photo after photo. These are just a few of the most interesting photos it took. None of the photos are in focus, but the photos are still interesting and captivating to look at.