Microsoft SenseCam Visual Diary

Posted: Mar 6 2004, 12:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:20pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

Microsoft SenseCam Visual Diary
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Story by: Aries J. Galindo


Do you think you have a life worth writing about but don't have the time or the patience to sit down and recall what it is that makes it unique? Maybe you have a knack for losing things and just need something to job your memory.

The SenseCam by Microsoft promises its wearers a way to create a visual diary of their everyday life and goings on. The gadget, worn around the neck, snaps approximately 2000 images in a 12 hour period automatically. The user can then go back and take a look at the images the unit captured often jogging the memory or becoming a reference for an occurrence from months ago. Still in prototype form it promises the possibility of being linked to medical information as well as face recognition.
More Details on Wired.com.





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