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Memoto: Capturing life every 30 seconds
This small, automatic camera captures life for you, and it’s raised roughly $300,000 in funding on Kickstarter.
Familiar with lifelogging?
It’s when someone tries to capture everything that’s going on around them with photos, videos and text for the purpose of… well, no clue why.
The Memoto is perfect for taking random photos every 30 seconds to capture something cool. In fact, that’s the selling feature of the camera—it takes a photo every 30 seconds automatically, so you don’t have to manually press a button. Come to look at it, there’s no button on the camera. Take that, Apple!
Back to the camera, it has a 5-megapixel sensor with 8GB of onboard storage and a LED indicator to keep you alert on the battery life. Memoto can take two days of pictures without a recharge. After the photos are taken, they get uploaded to an online subscription service with a $5/monthly price.
Memoto is a Kickstarter project that has already raised $240K+ with 36 days to go and a $50K goal to beat. The camera will eventually retail for $279. Kickstarter pledgers can grab one for $199 with a year of free subscription service.