A new camera that will shortly be on the market, takes photographic images of, not only what is directly in front of the aperture, but also the very thoughts that are in your mind, or, to describe the process even more specifically, 'what you are thinking about'.
What's best about this particular technological developmemet is, that it isn't a kind of 'traditional' camera at all, but a tiny piece of software that is surgically inserted into a recipient's eye, that is then wired to the brain, a controlling feature being connected into receptors in the thumb and forefinger of the right hand.
Thus, a person who wants to use the 'camera', just has to focus on the desired thought image, and tap the thumb and forefinger once, and the image is recorded.
Recorded images can be viewed in the mind of the 'photographer' merely by thinking the word 'Photoscan'. These images cannot yet be relayed to third party viewers, but technicians say that it is only a matter of time before this is possible.
The 'Eyecam' has been tested thoroughly, and participants in the tests have shown no ill-effects after having the equipment installed in their eyes.
Eyecam kits will be in the shops before Christmas.