This custom motorbike started out as a Honda P25, a fuel-efficient 1960s scooter. But motorcycle artisan Chicara Nagata turned it into a gorgeous sculpture with a twist: The tiny bike carries four infrared security cameras in its frame, built at the request of a Japanese security company

Sony infrared security cameras sit at the ends of the frame, in place of a normal headlight and taillight. The infrared cameras look like a normal lighting setup to the casual eye.

The president of Japan Security Systems Co. wanted security equipment that had never been seen before, leaving all the decisions up to Chicara.

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