Attention, dorkbots. If you would like to upgrade your fleshy hardware with some robotics, some researchers at the University of Bristol are working on a shoulder-mounted camera that moves when your head moves. It can also be controlled using hand gestures, allowing you to check out girls on the street on the sly while reading your newspaper.

The best part, of course, is how awesome it makes you look having a camera mounted on your shoulder. Nothing says "socially adjusted" like having electronics mounted on your body, trust me.

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