Sure, we’ve all got a video camera on us at all times, thanks to the prevalence of smartphones and point-and-shoots, but these units present a problem when it concerns that contemporary human need to electronically capture everything that happens everywhere ever: having to in fact take the photos. That’s why the unsettlingly giddily-named OMG Life is working to unleash the Autographer, a hands-free, wearable camera that promises to take “thousands of photos a day” via its wearable lens. Just curtain it on your individual and it will certainly utilizes its six on-board sensors (GPS, color, accelerometer, movement detector, magnetometer and thermometer) to determine the right second to snap one of its unwieldy volume of pictures. States the company,
For example, Autographer could catch a picture when the user accelerates as they run for the bus, moves from a cozy pub to a snowy street or turns around to welcome a good friend.
Also, you know, stuff like your wedding event and the birth of your kid. The camera’s got a five-megapixel sensing unit, OLED display, 8GB of on-board storage and inbuilt Bluetooth for sharing those photos. The company’s currently trying for a November release, simply in time for capturing every moment of the holiday season. In the meantime, the press information seeks the break.
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