Crafted from laser cut wood, it took him about two months to successfully design. Talking to DIYPhotography, he explained the system:
"Imagine a Rolleiflex, scale it up two times, and add a Polaroid back. Then you have a decent idea of what this camera is like. It makes no claims to the build quality, styling, or ease of use of a Rollei, or even a Yashica TLR, it is a home-grown tool.
The rationale behind this project was that there is no existing camera (as far as I'm aware) that combines the convenience of instant film with the pleasure of TTL viewing (e.g. TLR's and SLR's). While you could easily attach a Polaroid back to an RB67, I wanted to be able to take advantage of the full 3.25x4.25 format.