Click through to check out Sony's concept wearable camera.
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The 'Lifelog camera' isn't a real product for now, but Sony is keen to show off some of its big ideas when it comes to wearable technology.
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This tiny box has a camera strapped to the front, and could perhaps be similar to the neck-worn Autographer camera, which automatically takes photos of your surroundings when it detects that something's happening.
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That silver plate could become a touch panel, I was told.
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The camera could work with this Lifelog app, which will launch with Sony's fitness band.
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The app remembers where you've been and what you were doing, presenting that info in this cool animated timeline.
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The app can also track your calories.
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It even remembers which apps you were using.
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Hm. I'm not sure I want to find out how much time I'm spending on Twitter.
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Do you use technology to log your life and keep fit? Are you excited about wearable tech, or not bothered? Have your say in the comments.
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