This week I was wearing a Memoto camera. You see it here. What does it do? It captures an image every 30 seconds. No one has any clue this is a camera except for geeks who have seen it.
If I were a privacy freak I'd be far more worried about these small cameras.
By the way, this one captures a TON of context. Has a compass, accelerometer, and other stuff inside.
It's funny that everyone is keying in on Google Glass, but I can't take more than one image at a time with Glass. This, however, can make images every 30 seconds and I can even take extra images simply by tapping it.
I've bought one of these, too. Arriving this summer. Learn more here: http://memoto.com
This 3-day-old Edward's Fig Parrot (also known as a Scarlet-cheeked Fig Parrot) is being hand fed, after it hatched at Prague's Zoo Praha on April 5. Usually found in humid lowland forests in northeastern New Guinea, it is rare to breed them in captivity. Don't worry about his looks...he's going to grow up to be green with red breast and cheeks, and a yellow crown. See how handsome he will be ▶ http://goo.gl/oht7j
Photo Credit: Prague Zoo
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- University of BrightonGraphic Design, 1971 - 1974Diploma in Art & Design (Graphic Design)
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