Most digital cameras require quite a bit of user interaction, the IRIS does not. It’s basically a camera that’s been shrunk down to the size of a lens, and boasts biometric technology to boot. Once the camera identifies the person using it, their preferred settings for various scenes are automatically loaded (ISO, aperture, etc.). Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

The camera is capable of storing user info like aperture, ISO and screen display. The beautiful video below goes on to explain how you can gesture control the photography process by simply using your eyes.

It looks to be as natural as us taking to the computer mouse as our virtual hand onscreen.

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