Camera design rarely deviates from a norm. You know, you either have a normal-looking DSLR or a normal-looking point-and-shoot. Sure, the latter category plays with colors and some are thinner than others, but they all look relatively similar.
Not so with the Periscope Camera! Designed by Yaniv Berg, this innovative DSLR essentially extends the lens and the bends it up, so rather than looking through it, you look down into it. This allows you to hold it at, say, waist level rather than holding it up to your face.
How would that change how you take pictures? I'm not entirely sure, but it's an interesting take on a design we've become probably too used to at this point.