Stockholm-based company Memoto has just announced a new camera that is designed to take photos of your everyday life. Unlike the Autography camera, which smartly decides on its own on when to take photos, the Memoto snaps pictures in 30-second interval.
Users of Memoto will have to wear the camera around the collar of their dress using a pair of small, stainless steel clips. The stamp-size camera is weather-proof and features no buttons at all. It shoots two, geotagged photos per minute and then it automatically uploads them to Memoto’s servers.
The Memoto app organizes all the photos, complete with all information on where and when they were taken.
Here are the features of Memoto camera:
- Automatic photo capture every 30 seconds
- 5 megapixel resolution images
- Log of GPS positions and timestamps
- Built-in rechargeable battery which lasts up to two days
- LED battery life indicator
- 2 full days of constant photographing (4000 pictures) space on memory
- Built-in accelerometer ensures that pictures are correctly oriented regardless of how the camera is worn
- Micro-USB port for charging and connecting to computer
- Stainless steel clip to connect the camera to your clothes
- 36x36x9 millimeters small
The company has started a Kickstarter page for the project and is already way beyond their goal of $50,000. If you want to get one, you can pledge at least $200. Available colors are Arctic White, Graphite Gray, and Memoto Orange.