Matthew Swinton’s AXIS is basically a cell-phone like digital camera that boasts “an LCD projector that can present taken pictures or connect to other media devices to display photos or video.” One more picture after the break. Here’s how it works:

To use, the protective lens cover slides down. The camera is comfortable to hold on to, with the lens just peeking over the top of your hand. The top buttons can be set as the snap shot and mode or environment lighting selection buttons. These can be flipped for left or right handed use. The ports along the top allow Axis to be charged, instead of having to remove and replace batteries. Switch the mode button over to take, view or display pictures or video taken

[via YankoDesign]