A Clip-On Click
A wearable camera is nothing new. It is easy to get hold of spy cameras that snoop around from inside your pocket or a button hole. But the new wearable cameras are more about chronicling your life and less about spying. The most popular chronicler of our times is the GoPro series of cameras that have gone everywhere from the depths of the Pacific Ocean to the dizzying heights of the Himalayas. But GoPros are giants in comparison to the new wearable cameras that attempt to log our lives like never before. The broochlike clip-ons from Memoto, for instance, capture a picture every 30 seconds so that you don't miss out on any moment in your life. Then there is the Autographer from UKbased OMG Life which claims to be the first intelligent camera that can “enable spontaneous, handsfree image capture”. This camera has a unique 136-degree eye view lens that clicks images that look like they have been shot using a fish-eye lens. It also has five sensors that decide when to click a picture and add this data along with the image. Another interesting device is the Looxcie HD which livestreams 720p video from atop your ears using the Wi-Fi on through an app on the phone.
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can be hung around the neck It has sensors that decide when to click