Memoto Wearable Camera Snaps A Picture Every 30 Seconds

Posted: Oct 23 2012, 1:29pm CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera

 

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Camera chronicles your life in still pictures and organizes them for searching

The new camera project is landed on Kickstarter called Memoto. The device is a tiny wearable digital camera that can take photographs every 30 seconds with no user input. The idea is that the camera can record your life allow you to search through those images based on time and location.

The little camera has no buttons and operates completely automatically. It will uploads photographs to the company servers each time it's plugged into a computer to charge. The camera has five-megapixel resolution and can take about 4000 pictures on a single battery charge.

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