Wayne Martin Belger apparantly decided a human skull would make a great camera. He decorated it, put a stereoscopic camera inside it, named it "Yama", and hey presto he had a working skull camera! Both the eyes are pinholes so it creates 3D photos. Belger has also made a HIV-positive camera which pumps HIV-positive blood through the casing, the red passing in front of the pinholes produces red-tinged photos. Berger uses this camera only to photograph HIV-positive people.
So what do you think, gross, creepy, or cool? Or something else? You can read more about Berger's cameras and The Rivet Gallery in Columbus, OH that featured his work this month, here.