Single-Use Video Camera Concept Takes the Pain Out of Converting VideoS

Here's another video camera concept from the folks at Yanko Design. The Glide, which is the brainchild of Greg Schramek, is a USB drive with a lens and controls for shooting video. Once you've finished shooting your digital masterpiece, you trade the drive in at a grocery store kiosk where it's converted into a DVD for you. No word on how much memory each device will have, and you'll be using a tiny LCD to frame your subjects, but I'd rather keep one of these in my gadget bag than an actual camcorder that can be lost or damaged. Plus, it looks a lot nicer than the CVS option.

Glide, Disposable Digital Video Camera [Yanko Design via Krunker]