What they are doing is x-raying everyday objects...like cameras, video game consoles and bananas (wtf?) and turning the photos into fine art. "See a perspective of your favourite items that you cannot see with the naked eye," the company declares on the crowd-funding page.
Yeah, but do you really want to? The banana, for example, is pretty anti-climactic. In fact, you don't really see anything except a purplish-black silhouette of--you guessed it--a banana.
So far, it doesn't look like people are super excited about x-raying their stuff. They have raised less than $1,000 of their $8,000 goal (at the time this article was published). Backers who pledge at least $3 to the project get their very own x-ray desktop wallpaper and a cell phone wallpaper.
We know what you're thinking 'but what if I want an x-ray postcard?' So glad you asked, you can get 10 of those if you pledge $10--oh, and you have to pay a $2 shipping fee and wait about 3 months. Other than that, it's a smokin' deal.
Still, if you're super enthusiastic about seeing through everyday objects and you don't feel like taking them apart--which is free btw--then you can check out their campaign page and pledge accordingly.
On the plus side, this is a heck of a lot cheaper than obtaining an x-ray from the doctor, but the benefit of seeing what's going on inside of your PlayStation is yet to be realized.