Sounds odd…!!!! Isn’t it??? Here’s something for you….
Everybody on this earth, at some point of life would wish for a total recall- i.e. remember with clarity, every detail of the events of one’s life. But surely there will come a day when all of our life’s memories are digitally preserved.
For such people, Martin Kallstrom, is building a device, Memoto, a Stockholm-based startup inspired by the Quantified Self movement, is taking a stab at this opportunity with a postage-sized camera that wearers will carry around with them constantly. This device will document every point of your life in intervals of 30 seconds and will support you to records your entire life.
It is a wearable “lifelogging” camera with size of a postage stamp. On basis of defined interval, it can shot 1920 pictures a day and save it to a private site. The project, which was put in Kickstarter for public support had raised its $75,000 fundraising goal in hours and has already received $ 524,766 in backing from more than 2,600 funders.
As for the camera itself, it takes 5 megapixel resolution images and logs GPS positions and time-stamps It also has a built-in rechargeable battery, which can last up to two days. You wear it with a small, stainless steel clip that attaches to your clothing. This camera is currently under development and is expected to ship in February 2013. They’re hoping to retail the camera for $279 in three colors of graphite grey, white and bright orange. Early backers will get the camera and a one-year web subscription for $199.
According to Kallstrom, “With Memoto, you can effortlessly travel back in time to that moment when you met the love of your life, the day your daughter took her first step, or that night you laughed the night away with friends. Imagine if you could capture and relive every memorable moment of your life.”
This device provide the ease of use. It has no buttons. It has only a battery level indicator, and a weather protected wide angle camera which takes geotagged pictures. According to Memoto’s website, the camera and the app work together to give you pictures of every single moment of your life, complete with information on when you took it and where you were. This means that you can revisit any moment of your past. Whenever you connect the device to a computer for charging, the pictures will be automatically uploaded into Memoto’s servers.
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