David Franklin's Delen Memory Table Makes Stop-Motion a Breeze

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Oct 24, 2011 • References: designboom & design-milk
Designed by David Franklin, the Delen Memory Table is like being under surveillance 24/7 but in a good way.

The table has an attached camera to it that takes snaps of you while you work or eat. The photos are then uploaded to a computer where you can upload it to your various social networking sites to let people know what you're up to. More creative individuals may choose to use the images as part of creating a stop-motion film.

The Delen Memory Table can even be a helpful way to simply remember what you did that day; making time management that much more easy.

Photo Credits: design-milk, designboom

Implications - Modern consumers are constantly on-the-go and require more convenient ways to complete their everyday tasks. Products that can multitask attract those who want to fulfill their duties at a faster speed, giving them more times to do things they enjoy. Stats for Self-Surveillance Desks Trending: Older & Chilly
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