FrontRow is a wearable camera that captures all of your day’s activities

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Ubiquiti Networks knows just how much of a voyeuristic society we can be these days, which is why they have come up with this particular device that is sure to be able to satisfy even the most demanding of voyeurs — FrontRow. With the FrontRow wearable camera, it will boast of new camera technology which enables the effortless capture and sharing of life’s experiences.

Tipping the scales at a mere 55 grams, this is lighter than your average smartwatch. With a form factor that has been designed to specially make it convenient to wear, FrontRow will be different from standard cameras and smartphones which need to be operated upon manually, as it is full well capable of operating autonomously. In other words, it can capture life’s experiences while completely staying in the moment.

Sporting a subtle interlocking connector that offers the flexibility to wear FrontRow using the included stylish lanyard or multi-purpose magnetic clip, or even third party chains. Other accessories that have been planned for the future include a car window mount as well as a flexible coil mount. FrontRow boasts of cameras that are located on both sides of the device, with the primary camera featuring a 140 degree wide-view lens which would be more or less double the one found in a standard smartphone. Working alongside the FrontRow’s microphone array, it opens the door for more complete capturing of experiences.

There is also a speaker for local playback, while the easily accessible clickable media button can be utilized to start and stop many of FrontRow’s capture functions in a jiffy. With a standby time of up to 48 hours, it can capture videos in Story Mode (time-lapse capture) for up to 16 hours and can last for 2 hours in Live-Streaming Mode. It will take around 20 minutes to fully charge up via its USB Type-C port. Expect the FrontRow to retail for $399 apiece.

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