HP researchers created a prototype pair of sunglasses with a camera built-in.
The sunglasses developed at the Hewlett Packard labs in Bristol in the west of England sport a camera that constantly takes images of what a wearer sees. The camera also has an off-switch to preserve privacy.
To tackle image overload, the HP system captures information about images, called metadata, too.
This extra data keeps track of how and where a picture was taken and can spot if a subject was walking or turning.
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