I won’t tell anyone if you teach me how to do it.
A new media camouflage technology called Pixelhead is available and can protect you from Big Brother. The headgear, which multi-media artist Martin Backes created in 2010, is fashioned out of a glossy, elastic fabric, similar to materials used for certain beach sports. The headgear subverts surveillance cameras by creating a pixel-pattern around the wearer’s face. Cool technology here, but you are likely to scare the crap out of people and have the cops called on you. Put it this way, I wouldn’t head into a bank wearing one.
Is your camera lost or missing? Has your camera been stolen? If so, stolencamerafinder can help you find out where it is now.
They claim that they can help to locate a missing camera by searching for photos on the web that have been taken by that camera.
Every photo you take with your digital camera contains hidden information about both the image and the camera such as the make, model and date. This information, called exif data, can also include a unique serial number which identifies your camera. Stolen Camera Finder crawls the internet searching for photos, collecting the serial numbers of the cameras that took them.
I guess pictures taken with phones are not saved the same way and cannot be located this way. I hope they work on this as an extension of their business considering most people are ditching their digital cameras and using their phones exclusively.