Apart from mockups, there’s been tend of wearable devices in tech world for some time now, but a wearable camera — that uses an array of built-in sensors to take pictures automatically — might adopts the best award among all.
Dubbed Autographer this is an intelligent time-lapse stills camera that decides itself when to take a shot. Created by British newcomer OMG Life, the new camera packs 8GB internal storage, a semi-fisheye lens with a 136° angle of view in front of a 5MP backlit-CMOS sensor. It can snap up to 2,000 high-resolution photos of the course of a single day.
The basic premise of this fascinating gadget is that you wear it round your neck.
Camera’s algorithms and five built-in sensors, including “light and color, motion, direction and temperature,” let the camera automatically snaps thousands of photos, and picking times when something interesting appears to be happening.
Also featuring two buttons on the side for controlling the OLED screen and for manually snapping a photo, the new Autographer Wearable Camera has a GPS module built-in for geotagging your images.
Moreover, a new smartphone app can be connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth for previewing, browsing, and sharing your photos from the shooter directly.
The new Autographer camera is expected to go on sale in the UK in November for £399 (circa $650) through Autographer website. The US and Japan release is also expected to be happen shortly afterward.