By: Chelsey Orlando
Heard of eyes in the back of your head? What about a camera?
As strange as it sounds, a New York University professor, Wafaa Bilal, had a camera surgically implanted into the back of his head. As a photography professor he wanted to be able to photograph without actually having to use a hand held camera. He had it done last month for an art project.
Understanding that people do strange things for art, this seems a bit drastic. Why anyone would have this done is beyond even the crazies. Personally I find it to be quite the experiment/art project. I mean, using it just in everyday life to see what’s behind you or to watch the class while writing on the board makes more sense than to just take photographs for a project.
Full story at cnn.com.