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'Pinhole selfie' camera unveiled

Photographic artist Ignas Kutavicius has built a head-mounted pinhole camera that can capture what he calls a 'pinhole selfie'.

His device blends a traditional pinhole camera - where a small hole acts as a lens to create an inverted image - with the modern trend for taking selfies.

BBC Click spoke to Kutavicius about his work merging old technology with new forms of culture and expression.

More at BBC.com/Click and @BBCClick.

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