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2 examples for Japanese style nonthreatening CCTV cameras

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Surveillance cameras can sometimes give you a creepy feeling (especially the ones you can’t directly see) but the nation of cute- and friendliness, Japan, now offers two solutions for that problem.

One example of a “friendly” CCTV camera is the Daruma surveillance doll. Daruma is a wish doll in Nippon so that many Japanese people see the little guy in a positive light by nature (even though it says “security camera” on the doll in the video above).

Another solution is to manufacture surveillance cameras with a wooden body. In the video, you can see a traditional Japanese guest house (ryokan) use these cameras in order to give guests a sense of security without interfering with the design of Japanese style wooden ryokans.

Via Japan Probe

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