Ever wanted to snap a few photos with your underwater camera, only to realize that at the exact same moment, something noteworthy was also happening above the waterline? Me neither, but apparently, designer In Kyung Han has had a few such experiences, which is why he came up with this strange dual-lens concept.
The UnderAbove does exactly what its name promises: with this little floating camera, you can take simultaneous pictures underwater and above. It's buoyant too, so it stays at a relatively constant position while taking a shot of your dual subjects. What those subjects would be, you'd have to ask yourself, since the only possibility I can think of is an oncoming shark whose fin just broke the surface.
That, or a pretty lady waist-deep in water.
[source: Yanko Design]