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If you're vertically-challenged, or simply like being able to really know what's going on around you, then you'll be very interested in this latest, rather strange, Kickstarter project.

The EYEteleporter is a huge head-mounted cardboard periscope, designed by the London-based artist Juste Kostikovaite. It's multi-directional and formed of corrugated cardboard, together with acrylic mirrors which gives you a new view, either high above, or down below your normal eyeline. As well as the normal version, there's a furry, handmade one available, which would probably aid you if you were hiding out with some animals.

If their funding goes well, they're also planning to develop an EYEteleporter scooter (see pics below) which, while it looks fun to use, will probably make cycling in London look like a positively risk-free endeavour.

Prices start at £55 - head to the Kickstarter page to secure yours.

(Images: Juste Kostikovaite)

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