How do you actually remember your life, and would like the others around you to remember you in the long run? While a lot of it has to do with your day to day living, being totally honest and unpretentious, there is also the aid of cameras and video recorders that capture stills as well as key moments such as walking down the aisle with the person whom you want to spend the rest of your life with. However, carrying a video recording device everywhere you go is not too practical, and not everyone can afford a pair of Google Glass. With the LifeLogger, this look set to change.
LifeLogger is touted to be the world’s first head worn wearable camera whose sole purpose is to capture, share and make your life story digitally searchable and stashed away for good. It claims to have the ultimate life logging system, where it comes equipped with a cloud solution as well as metadata processing software which will actively stash your memories, making them available to you on the web, desktop and across the slew of your mobile devices.
Stew Garner, CEO of LifeLogger, shared, “Imagine you could live stream your wedding proposal, your first roller coaster ride, the moment you hold your child for the first time. LifeLogger gives you the photographic memory and details that you might forget or are too busy experiencing to capture otherwise.”
LifeLogger lets you record up to eight hours of hands-free footage without having to hold up a camera or phone. It will arrive equipped with GPS and Wi-Fi, and you can easily control LifeLogger via the Android and iOS app on your mobile device. This app lets you control your device, manage existing videos, sign in to your cloud account and either automatically upload your footage or manually upload the videos and memories accordingly. LifeLogger also does live stream video to any compatible device over a Wi-Fi connection.
Video resolution is shot at 720p 30fps, while still images arrive in 5 megapixel glory at a 4:3 aspect ratio. The LifeLogger is also capable of capturing time lapse photography of up to 1 photo every minute, thanks to its 90 degree fixed lens, and sports a pre-loaded 32GB SD memory card to get you started right out of the box. Hopefully this is one Kickstarter project that will be successful.