A researcher from Wales has developed a miniature digital lomo camera with a fish-eye lens.
Lomo cameras are renowned for their lo-fi aesthetic, and generally produce pictures on 35mm, 120 or medium format film. There are plenty of products available that turn existing SLRs into lo-fi machines via lenses, and there are even digital versions of lomo cameras themselves, like the Superheadz range.
Dash is seeking £35,000 in funding via Indiegogo to manufacture a camera with a 170-degree lens and a 12-megapixel sensor, though you can change the output resolution from anywhere between 2 megapixels and 12 megapixels. According to photography blog The Phoblographer, it also has an f/3.5 lens, HD video recording and a time-lapse interval ranging from one second to seven days.