Considering this is a homemade camera knocked together with a few borrowed parts, it's surprisingly high-tech, with the main selling-point being that it was laser-cut—and that you can make one yourself.
Taking both 120 and 135 film, it can also be affixed with different lenses (one from a Konica Waiwai, the other a pinhole) and also features a normal mode and bulb mode, for shooting long-exposures or at nighttime. Botched together by Hong Kong team Kit Da Studio, it loads film with a Holga shutter plate—but if you follow the instructions on the DIY Photography site, you can go about building your own laser-cut camera tailored to your specifications. [DIY Photography and Kit Da Studio via Lomography]
You can keep up with Kat Hannaford, the author of this post, on Twitter or Facebook.