Photographer and creative tinkerer Alireza Rostami is back at it. After turning a broken computer into a working camera in August, he embarked on a new DIY project: making a working flash that you can wear like a wristwatch.
The franken-flash was built using parts from a broken point-and-shoot, and the strap from an actual wrist watch. You can see the raw materials in the photographs below:
Early versions of the flash had a tendency to shock Rostami thanks to a few big wires that were hanging off the flash, but he’s managed to shrink the current prototype down to a manageable size.
“It charges with two small batteries and you can turn it off whenever you need to,” Rostami tells PetaPixel. “The light emitting power is pretty cool. For now, you need to keep the capacitors…
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