Now, new 5-megapixel camera that keeps track of every minute of life
Washington, Mar 12 : Two-Swedish creators have developed a new camera that helps people capture photos every 30 seconds.
The Memoto camera, which raised 550,189 dollars on Kickstarter in 2012, is a small wearable 5-megapixel camera about the size of those Listerine Breath Strips packs.
The 279 dollars camera clips on to a shirt or coat and automatically captures two photos every minute, or one photo every 30 seconds.
According to ABC News, the camera has a microUSB port for syncing it with your computer and 8GB of storage, which can hold two days or 4,000 photos.
The little device, however, needs to be charged every two days, the report said.
Oskar Kalmaru, one of the co-founders of Memoto, said that the idea is that one can now capture photos that they wouldn't have otherwise.