Autographer – the world’s first intelligent wearable camera – announced

Have you ever wanted to capture everything you do while going about your daily life? Well now you can with the Autographer by OMG Life.

The newly announced Autographer is a small, wearable camera that automatically captures a continuous stream of photographs as you wander around living your life.

Able to capture thousands of images per day, it uses five on-board sensors and GPS to work out when is the best moment to take a photo. It tracks light and colour changes, motion, direction and temperature fluctuations – so if things get hot and steamy the camera won’t miss a thing.

Once captured you can download the images to a computer and play them back just like a virtual flipbook.

“The beauty of Autographer is that you don’t have to stop to take a photo or spend your day looking at life through a lens. You can live your experiences to the full while Autographer spontaneously captures the stories that happen all around you.” said Simon Randall, Head of OMG Life.

“Individual images offer a fascinating slice of life, while an Autographer stop-frame video lets you relive a whole day’s activity in just a few minutes. It’s not just a new camera but a whole new photographic approach.” he continued.

The device centres around a 5 megapixel sensor and wide angle lens (136 degrees) with a fixed focal length and focus. Weighing just 58g and with dimensions of 37.4 x 90 x 22.9mm, the whole device should go relatively unnoticed, though we can’t vouch for how you may look wearing the thing.

Set to cost £399, the Autographer will be available in November but you can register to ‘be part of the launch’ now.

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