Anti-Paparazzi Sunglasses DIY Counter Surveillance

Anti-paparazzi sunglasses are just the thing for stars to frustrate those ever-present photographers. Take a look at this do-it-yourself video below.


(Anti-paparazzi sunglasses)

I honestly don't know whether this will work or not. However, if it does work, it's an interesting answer for those who are irritated by being photographed hundreds of times per day in large cities.

See this video appended to the comment page for an earlier story about blurring people's faces out of video camera footage; it is an art project to pixelate your picture on surveillance cameras.

Via Metaca; thanks to an anonymous reader for pointing this one out.

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