The Memoto Life Logging Camera Captures Every Moment

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 1, 2013 • References: memoto & coolmaterial
The Memoto Lifelogging camera looks to add another layer to our constantly evolving social media lives. Snapping a shot every 30 minutes, the photos are then sorted into convenient sections and easily posted to your favourite social media profile.

The tiny camera is easily clipped to the collar of your shirt or your pocket making it an effortless addition to your daily routine. Featuring a battery that lasts about 2 days and a GPS tracker to geo-locate your photos, the Memoto could just replace the camera on your phone when it comes to quickly capturing a days worth of memories.

While one could speculate that the Memoto will put an end to privacy, the manufacturers ensure that the photos are encrypted to protect against hackers. Don’t want to share specific photos? Just keep them on your ‘photo timeline’ for a personal collection. Stats for Self-Shooting Social Media Cameras Trending: Older & Average
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