Every blink is a moment lost to the ages. To overcome this human imperfection and to give back what is rightfully ours I have come up with a design of an apparatus that compensates us with a photograph for every blink we make.

Dressed as a construction worker, with a bright fluorescent jacket and a white helmet I go hunting for the lost moments. Paradoxically, the outfit that is meant to stand out of the crowd makes me invisible and helps disguise my true intentions — to capture the lost moments at their purest. The helmet houses the apparatus — two electrodes, one above each eye, detect muscle contractions caused by blinking and triggers the camera, residing in the place of a third eye, to take a photograph of what at that moment is in front of the person wearing it.