Recall that moment on Minority Report when Tom Cruise re-watches his recorded point-of-view (POV) memories of his family over and over again? This wearable camera, LifeLogger, does that in a similar fashion, and more.
The head-worn device, which is said to be the world’s smallest and lightest wearable camera, captures up to eight hours of video from the POV of your face, so chances of you getting into trouble for filming body parts beyond that is pretty slim.
It sports built-in GPS and Wi-Fi that connects images and videos with its iOS and Android companion apps.
And for live streaming fans, it has the capability to beam real-time footage of what you’re seeing onto a mobile device or PC (granted you’ve got a solid Wi-Fi connection).
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If pictures are more up your alley, it takes 10-second photo bursts and has a time-lapse function to take a picture every minute, taking “photographic memory” to a whole new scale.
It also comes with a 32GB SD card for on-board storage, which you don’t have to plug in to retrieve your content – it uploads it straight to the Cloud and even organises it for you.
After showcasing its headset at CES, LifeLogger has now turned to Kickstarter to help fund the device and make it available to us. In a sea of heavily priced wearable devices currently in the market, we’re not complaining about its US$169 (S$211) value.
And if you sign up using Kickstarter now, you’ll receive a three-month free Cloud storage subscription of up to 25GB, but it doesn’t specify pricing details after the stipulated timeframe.
What more can you really ask for?