Flash Bouncer

The camera is laser scanned with a NextEngine desktop scanner. Although the shininess of the camera causes a less than perfect scan, it's good enough for this purpose. The scanned data is loaded into blender, and the flash bouncer is modeled onto the scanned data.
The flash bouncer is printed off on the 3D printer, waxed, then some aluminum foil is taped onto the flat part of the bouncer.
The camera and the bouncer.
Fits nicely.
A view of the flash through the hole.
Careful attention was made not to cover the orange light that aids the auto-focus during conditions of low light.
A picture of a coworker with no flash.
Coworker with regular flash.
Coworker with flash bouncer (the light bounced off the ceiling, but the subject squinted anyways).
Another coworker with no flash.
Other coworker with regular flash.
Other coworker with flash bouncer.
The green flash bouncer eventually broke, so a spiffy looking Mk II flash bouncer was created. The design is beefed up a bit and treated with cyanoacrylate for extra durability. The foil is glued on with a UHU glue stick.