31 Oct
Create sharable & searchable photographic memories with ease

Ever promised yourself to bring your camera to the party so you can document the things you won’t remember after a couple shots of Cazadores, but then looked through your pictures the next day only to find a couple horrible photos of your friends doomed to the fate of the “delete” button? It’s sad but true — you can’t really enjoy yourself when you’re the poor bloke that’s doing all the picture taking. This is where the Memoto Lifelogging Camera comes in. This inch and a half square unit attaches to your clothes by a solid stainless steel clip, taking one 5 megapixel photo that is geotagged every 30 seconds. Yeah that’s a lot of photos, but each one is automatically stored on built-in memory space which has a capacity for up to 4,000 photos. Its built-in accelerometer prevents it from nabbing shots of your desk or nightstand when you take it off. When its unplugged, all the photos are uploaded and securely stored on Memoto’s cloud servers and the Memoto app seamlessly and effortlessly organizes them for you. How easy is that? It’s like having your own personal paparazzi… only without all the car chases. The Memoto Lifelogging Camera retails at $250 and can now be supported via Kickstarter.

Another look at the Memoto LifeLogging Camera after the Jump…

One Response to “Memoto LifeLogging Camera: The World’s Smallest Wearable Camera”

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