Until that point, the weapon was still paramount for Taser in terms of efficacy for a police force, but, eventually, they spun the camera off into it own product. "We figured, let's put them on a pair of Oakley sunglasses since a lot of the officers already wear them," says Tuttle. "We approached them and designed our original camera called the flex. It gave you the true POV shot. If you look down the barrel of a gun, the camera does too."