How many times have you wished that you had a camera at hand to record a precious moment in life? Well, here is a great new concept for you – Memoto – a wearable camera and GPS in one that you simply clip on and it goes wherever you go. Memoto is created by Swedish company Memoto AB, and is a perfect vehicle for so-called lifelogging since it takes geotagged photos every 30 seconds.
There are no buttons to push, and the only way to switch Memoto off is to leave it in a completely dark place. And you wouldn’t believe how discreet and compact Memoto is – 36 x 36 x 9 mm. This is probably the smallest camera in the world. But don’t be fooled by its measurements – the camera fits nicely a respectable 5 megapixels, while its battery can last up to two days (48 hours).
Another novelty is that Memoto has a USB-port for charging and transferring photographs to the manufacturer’s servers where you can store them for a flat monthly fee or, if you prefer, you can store them locally. On top of that, the camera has an application that will organize your photographs, as it also enables you to share your photographs on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.
Believe it or not, Memoto’s creators have managed to collect an unbelievable $550,189 in only 5 hours via Kickstarter which speaks volumes about Memoto’s potential for becoming the next big thing. watch video below
video below goes through the features of the Memoto smartphone application
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