Who want’s to be taking out a camera every few minutes to take pictures?, Memoto takes the stress off image capturing by introducing a one of a kind camera, that automatically captures images every 30 seconds.
Yes, you read right, every 30 seconds without you having to click. This amazing cam supports GPS and an accelerometer. The device has its own web service and mobile application which enable you to check out the pictures at any point of time. It has its own Android and iPhone apps which organizes the images in a timeline.
Memoto Wearable Camera Automatically Captures Photos:
The micro-gizmo is about the size of a postage stamp, and works in a very simple fashion. All one has to do is; pin it up to your clothing with a tiny stainless steel pin and it will capture images through out the day till its battery needs charging, which is once every two days. The camera takes 5-megapixel shots every 30 seconds, with GPS positions and timestamps to boot. the ultimate goal of the device is; “document meaningful moments in your own life history”.
By connecting the small wonder to your computer, you can have it automatically upload the photos to the Memoto Web Service. The device is set to be officially launched in early 2013, for $279. The product will be available in three colors; Graphite grey, Arctic white and Memoto orange.
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Now, this is a gadget worth buying for all those photo addicts that want to capture moments but not tread the path of a professional photographer or carry a huge cam with them everywhere they go.