Memoto digital camera - for Lifeblogging

by Eric Von Lehmden | October 31, 2012

If your life is interesting enough to have it photographed 24 hours a day then the new Memoto digital camera is for you. This small inconspicuous (spy-like) camera clips onto your clothes and will snap a photo of whatever is in front of you every 30 seconds. It will load the photos to a online or cloud app. Each photo will contain metadata for time captured and will even have GPS data as well. The app will even go so far as to categorizing the photos into what it thinks are the highlights of your daily adventures. Not quite sure what that might look like if you sit at a desk all day, but there could be some fun had with this little camera while you are on vacation or touring a city. Does the question of privacy come up when using this "life-recording" camera is worn in public? Especially for people who don't want their photo taken. Looks like the camera will retail for around $250. So if you want to record every detail of your day, adventure, or walk in the park then this might be what you are looking for.

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