What with the street style bloggers crawling over every corner of the Internet, it seems as though the next-level creeping was bound to happen eventually.

This latest incarnation of style stalking is through a camera linked to the Internet, uploading shots of passerby in real time from, naturally, Brooklyn, New York. The camera snapping shots of passers-by is located along Williamsburg’s Bedford Avenue, and is motion activated, so anyone and everyone walking by is showcased on the blog, called Styleblaster, to be judged by all.

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“To answer the changing times, we introduce Styleblaster, a realtime account of what people in Williamsburg are wearing. Unlike a typical streetstyle blog, Styleblaster documents all -- the visiting fashion plates, the hipsters and have-nots, the native Polish and Italian proud who have for years called this neighborhood home. And above all -- the dapper salarymen and businesswomen who stand to inherit the area," the blog reads.

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To some, this may sound like a totally weird way to showcase people’s style, but street walkers aren’t completely unaware that they’re being watched by the fashion police; masked hooligans have already cropped up, flipping the camera the bird or conga-ing across the line of sight.

Photo Cred. Styleblaster.net

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